April 29, 2016 AT 4:00 am
Optical Tracking Telescope, PiScope #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Awesome project from
tobykurien on GitHub:
An optical tracking telescope using OpenCV, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and 3D printed parts being built at
Goals Basic astrophotography with a cheap and simple telescope and mount
Experiment with OpenCV on a telescope
Optical tracking with OpenCV
Real-time image stacking and display on an LCD screen
Use software to make up for the simple hardware
Read more on
GitHub, House4Hack, and Toby Kurien’s site
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