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One of the issues i need fixed are the video functions. I have scripts to record and play video but it records to the SD card.The code looks at a specific USB port. I want it to look in a pool for one of several cameras that it knows already by its internal ID in any port on the Pi or its USB hub. $...
- Wed Feb 13, 2019 5:42 pm
- Forum: Wanted
- Topic: Hotshot Raspberry Pi programmer
- Replies: 2
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I am looking for a hotshot Raspberry Pi programmer for a flat rate contract project. Areas of interest are Gui, Serial over USB and video recording and playback. Pay will be very good. The time frame is for a couple of weeks and you will be operating under an NDA. If you do well there will be other ...
I need a simple CamCorder. I want to have a WebCam display it's video to the screen while recording to a thumbdrive. I need simple controls Record, Stop and Playback. All of the tutorials I have found use motion detection which I do not want. I have found numerous dash-cam projects with GPS which ar...
- Wed Sep 05, 2018 5:50 am
- Forum: Beginners
- Topic: Setting up Raspian with a LCD screen
- Replies: 6
- Views: 604
This is the one I used.
This is the one I used.
It is time for an update. i got the datalogger up and running, it is logging to a USB thumbdrive like a champ I am adding an index and a timestamp. The little touch screen is very nice but it uses much of the GPIO. It was easy to setup and i have scripts to switch between LCD and HDMI working. These...
If the Arduino part is working, just hook that up to the Pi and send the data from it to the Pi. It'll be better at realtime data collection. I get 5 variables every second so speed is not an issue. I am dropping the Arduino all together You have Mathematica to do all your data analysis with, comes...
I am going to have to learn some language for the RPi. Python seems to be the most flexible language but that is just from my reading.3) Python should be good enough but any language supported on a Pi should probably work.
So inbound on RX and outbound on TX on the same port?If one port is only receiving, the other is only sending, and both use the same baud rates, you probably only need one serial port, and just need to route its wiring appropriately.
This is my first Pi project. I have been building Arduino stuff for a while. I was building this in arduino but I decided to try the pi for this so I would have the console to view and manipulate the data and it gave me a good excuse to buy some pi stuff. I have a real time monitor that uses a CSV s...
- Fri Aug 17, 2018 8:37 pm
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: STICKY: Introduce yourself!
- Replies: 3856
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Hello, I am Lane. My user name Urthlight is a mash up from two of my favorite authors, Clarke and Isamov(extra points if you can guess either part). I am in sunny Cocoa, Florida.During the day I build industrial automation for theme parks and aerospace companies. In my alter ego after hours I build ...