In this article we will take a quick look at all the solutions that the market proposes to us at this time. Particularly in this article we will see all the large screens (around 7 inches).
Lately many subscribers are asking me how they can use their professional lenses like Nikon or Canon directly with Raspberry Pi. I have good news for you …. you can do it. You can use the PiCamera as a digital sensor and add a set of adapters that allow you to directly screw the lens on the PiCamera board. Personally I could not test the actual functionality of the whole (not having the material), but in this article you will find a wealth of information that will be really useful. If you are a Makers, you’ll find excellent opportunities for fabbricarti adapters alone, otherwise you can directly use the adapters available for sale.
In this article we will begin to do one of the basic operations with the OPENCV library. We will see how to draw geometric figures and add text over a pre-existing image.
This is the second part of a series of articles dealing with bananas, if you have not read the first part you should take a look
BanaNAS: Installation and Configuration of a NAS server on BananaPi/Pro (Part 1)
The placing on the market of the Raspberry Pi (2012) marked a major change in the technological world.
One of the most innovative aspects that you can find on the Raspberry Pi and derivative boards (Banana Pi, ODROID, Orange Pi etc …) is the ability to contain the OS on a relatively small storage media (SD or MicroSD) and easy to replace. Practically you could also say that the SD or MicroSD is for Raspberry Pi what a hard drive is for a PC.
This article will begin to make the first steps with the OpenCV library. You will learn how to load an image and display it.
In This article we will see how to compile the source code and install version 3.0 of OpenCV on Raspberry. This article is then an introduction to a series of articles that will discuss the topic. So if you want to work with OpenCV you need to know compile and install on your system: in this case Raspbian.
Here we are to another article in the series Picamera & Python. In This article we will see how to apply effects to images scanned by webcam.
In this article, you will deepen some topics on picamera Library: how to configure the webcam settings and how to add text on the image. You write a series of examples in Python to get familiar with these concepts. Finally, to conclude, a summary example about Video Surveillance with PiCamera – how to add the current time while shooting a video.