What do you think in using Raspberry Pi & OpenCV to count moving objects that go in and out of a certain zone?
In this post, you are going to learn how to build a Wireless Video Surveillance Robot using Raspberry Pi.
With ever increasing traffic in the country, we are here to control the traffic with the help of a smart traffic system.
Web controlled rover with a RPI running Python/Flask on an Actobotics Gooseneck chassis
Ever want to monitor your home but don't want to buy a $100 1080p webcam? Well I did, and you can too!
Extending motionEyeOS on a Pi Zero to support pan/tilt servos, battery backup and an on-screen status display.
Using OpenCV open source library with a IP camera using RasPi3b
Control any of the 55 RGB LEDs on the tree, let Santa twerk for you, control a model railroad, or display custom text on a LED dot matrix.
Pan-Tilt Camera position controlled over local internet, using Flask and Python.
Learn how to detect and track a particular colour using Python and OpenCV.
IoT automation of facial recognition processing with the Webcam sending summarized “Faces” to Twitter.
Smart system to monitor and water the garden using the Onion Omega2+ with the IBM Watson IOT Platform.
Use machine learning to stop a cat from jumping onto the countertop.
Flexduino is a fully functional Multimedia TCP/IP Server Platform compatible with arduino libraries using FlexIO NXP Cortex M4 beast!
Web-Turret is a webcam which can be rotated in horizontal and vertical axes by commands from Skype chat.
A Slack bot running on your home machine and able to post Webcam snapshots and the IP of your home computer to a Slack channel.
My RoboSpatium is a robot room populated by vehicles accessible through a browser interface - try it out!
This game is a collaboration exercise, with a keyboarder and an agile (literal) handiperson working in tangent to defeat a common enemy.
I was tired of 4 wheeled robot builds, I wanted a TANK robot, but which one.. Banggood had two that interested me