Raspberry Pi Zero W Coke Bottle Spy Cam #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Find out who’s sneaking your coveted kitchen treats with this Coke bottle spy cam from Tinkernut on Hackster.io:
For this project, the inspiration started when I came across a mini Pi Zero camera online. The obvious application for such a camera is to make a “Spy Cam”. A spy cam is normally a camera that’s disguised as something else. Then the question became: “what should I disguise my camera as?” I’ve seen cameras hidden in Coke cans before, but I thought it’d be cool to hide one behind the label of a Coke Bottle, while making it look like liquid was still in it. So in a nutshell, that’s the journey of this project.
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