October 15, 2016 AT 3:00 am
Photo2Tumblr with a PIR Sensor #celebratephotography
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Take photo and upload them on tumblr using a PIR sensor as a trigger.
For this project we used a quickcam communicate stx. It is a cheap and linux-compatible webcam that we can connect to our yun-shield via USB.
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