Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Pi 3 02
Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
or Raspberry Pi 2
×1
13285 01
PIR Motion Sensor (generic)
×1
11868 00a
Raspberry Pi Camera module
×1
266 04
Female/Female Jumper Wires
×3
Software apps and online services:
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Johnny-Five
Data stream network%402x
PubNub PubNub Publish/Subscribe API
Realtime data stream
Cloudinary
Image storage cloud
KittyDar
Open-source cat facial detection

Schematics

Pi2-PIR-camera Wiring
Camera to Pi
- Connect the camera module to the CSI port

PIR Sensor to Pi
- 1 red wire: PIR-VCC to Pi's 5V
- 1 black wire: PIR-GND to Pi's ground
- 1 whatever color wire: PIR-OUT to Pi's Pin 7 (GPIO 4)
Wiring

Code

Credits

Tomomi sfhtml5
Tomomi Imura

An open web and open technology advocate. A front-end developer. Self-claimed designer. Cat sitter. Pokémon trainer.

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