360 Degree Panorama Camera Using 10 Raspberry Pis #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
This excellent looking device uses 10 Raspberry Pis to create a panoramic photo of its environment. – via Raspberry Pi Pod
The idea is to be able to shoot a 360 degree panorama all in an instant. This camera (well actually cameras) is a laser-cut MDF housing that holds 8 Raspberry Pi Zeros (v1.3) connected to 8 Raspberry Pi Cameras (v2.1). I have all the Raspberry Pi Zeros connected via OTG to 2 Raspberry Pi3 Model B’s. That’s 4 Zeros per Pi 3. They are both connected via wifi to an access point (for now that’s my cell phone) and powered by the 2.5A official power supply.
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