A Raspberry Pi in the Fridge #PiDay #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
So you’re at the grocery store and you don’t remember if you need milk or eggs or bubbly water? Here’s a tutorial for putting a camera in your fridge — via Raspberry Pi My Hell and Fixes
Behind Mike’s build stands the realization that fridges are more than just white boxes to slow down the deterioration of food. They are social, collaborative food-sharing and consuming platforms, jointly used by family members, friends, co-workers, and nightly thieves. Of course, they need to be hooked up to the web. Enjoy the video of Mike’s build below!
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