Hi, I'm wondering if anyone out there has code that would allow me to use the Raspberry Pi camera (or usb etc) to measure the size of an object? I'm looking to measure various objects of differing sizes but within uniform boundaries - think dvd cases - there are various sized ones but they are all b...
See the camera mount in action in my latest video showing off the new changes I've made to the UI.
The tripod mount can be seen in the background in front of my Pi Server
On Youtube: http://youtu.be/IJIrWlXIo7Q
I have one of these additions to my Pi, TFT, TFT case and it is great. Everything enclosed in the footprint of the TFT screen case. A couple of small pics of the camera case: Back IMAG0468-50pc.jpg Larger: http://www.aikitek.org/IMAG0468-30pc.jpg Front IMAG0467-50pc.jpg Larger: http://www.aikitek.or...
Very handy for the others things you might want connected as well as the TFT.
And being able to use on a ribbon cable... NICE!
I'm not much of a crafting type but that will make adding to other cases so much easier!
I always use the "-n" option when taking videos like the one seen above. (because the small TFT doesn't support live preview very well, no point in trying) I get very nice preview on the 2.8" TFT from TEXY with tftfb and fbcopy. What problems do you see? I just remembered a problem I've had - using...
I've been busy changing the UI to use fbcp to allow you to see the preview output on screen.
Certainly a little more tricky than my simple click buttons interface.
(still too much flicker for me as fbcp and python fight for the screen at times )
I always use the "-n" option when taking videos like the one seen above. (because the small TFT doesn't support live preview very well, no point in trying) I get very nice preview on the 2.8" TFT from TEXY with tftfb and fbcopy. What problems do you see? No real problems now, I think I tried the fi...
I'm using 3.6.11+ from Notoro (TFT screen build)
But holding bootloader updates everything else is up to date.
How do you find out the specific version of raspistill?
(raspistill -v) gives me "raspistill Camera App v1.2"