May 17, 2016 AT 12:44 pm

Edison Doorbell Detects Motion, Streams Video & Sends ‘Someone is at the door’ Email #IoT #IoTuesday

Edison is two-fold here: it’s built with the Intel Edison, and it’s housed on a MDF-backed cutout of Thomas Edison, whose right eye doubles as the webcam!



A motion detecting doorbell, that senses when someone is near the door(bell) and via a
webcam streams the video of the person approaching the door to a web address while
playing a sound. This is a medium-advanced level tutorial, is intended to be a good start point for a basic IoT device.

Check out the full project build instructions here.

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