Take a toy car, strap on a small linux computer with wifi and an onboard camera and then control it with your smartphone.
Matthew built a quadcopter which is based on the Raspberry Pi! This flying drone is similar to all the others we’ve seen before but all the processing, from reading the gyroscopes to computing exactly how much power to give each motor — is handled by a Raspberry Pi.
Get an understanding of how a simple Weather Station Project for the Raspberry Pi works and gather the parts and pieces you’ll need to put it together yourself.
My team’s motion detection system using the Raspberry Pi along with a PIR sensor and Camera Module. The PIR sensor detects motion and starts recording using the Camera. Once it stops detecting motion, an email notification is sent and the file is uploaded to Dropbox.
Adding a storage device your network is called creating a NAS (Network Attached Storage). And basically it is just a minimalistic computer with a boat load of storage attached to it. So using a Raspberry Pi as our minimalistic computer, let’s create our own Network Attached Storage.
The unit plays DVDs, has GPS, displays TV, has Bluetooth (phone calls + music), reversing camera (comes on automatically when I put the car in reverse gear), MP3/MPEG4 player, CD/radio etc, and an input for my Raspberry Pi computer.
How to stream music to the Raspberry Pi by using it as a media renderer. Similar to a Sonos but without the expense. I show you how to prepare the Pi, install all packages required, and play sample audio which has been streamed wirelessly to the device from a smartphone app.
In this video I show you how to live stream with your raspberry pi camera to your Windows PC over a local area network using GStreamer. The stream works VERY well. I could stream high definition video with about 0.2s latency. You can also use this method with Mac OS X or Ubuntu but the installation is different.
In this tutorial I show you how to set up your brand new, official Raspberry Pi Camera Module. By the end of the video you will be able to take pictures and full HD video with your Raspberry Pi! No detail is left unexplained, everything is covered; from unboxing your module to installing the required software.
A great project for those starting out with their Raspberry Pi or those who want some inspiration for a Pi that might be lying around.