Portal 2 Security Camera with RaspberryPi 4 #Raspberrypi
The final result looks amazing! element14 presents shared this video on Youtube!
Feeling like a test subject? Want to keep track of who’s been secretly eating all of your cake and catch them in the act? Whether or not you’re a fan of Portal, this security camera build is a fun weekend project that you can use to keep track of your precious test subjects… er, uh family. Utilizing the latest and greatest high quality camera from the Raspberry Pi foundation, DJ brings another piece of Aperture Science technology to life in today’s video: https://bit.ly/2QrtozQ
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