Predicting aurora activity is exceptionally challenging.
Predicting aurora activity is exceptionally challenging.
Creator Boaz crafted a custom camera module with a 3D-printed case using Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi has been used for many do-it-yourself photography projects over the years, including the recent Leica MPi camera and Photon light meter. Now, the open-source treatment has arrived for cinema.
Photographer Michael Suguitan decided to take the "gear acquisition syndrome" bull by the horns and build a customized camera using a Leica M2 analog rangefinder and a 12-megapixel Raspberry Pi camera module.
Raspberry Pi's new 1.6-megapixel Global Shutter Camera module promises instantaneous readout across the entire image area, eliminating rolling shutter distortion.
Raspberry Pi has announced the new Camera Module 3 in multiple variants that are higher resolution, feature autofocus and HDR, and that have the ability to capture both visible light and infrared.
Raspberry Pi, makers of single-board computers and tiny cameras, has come under fire from members of its user base that are upset the company hired a former police officer who used the products to covertly surveil targets.
A team of designers has created what it calls the Photon: a small, simple, light meter that is powered by a Raspberry Pi Pico and costs a fraction of what most camera accessory companies charge for one.
A computer engineer created a Frankenstein camera called the Pieca. It's a Raspberry Pi camera module with a Leica M-Mount fitted onto it.
ArduCam has developed a new 64-megapixel, high-resolution camera that works with the Raspberry Pi, giving DIY camera builders a lot more creative flexibility.
ArduCam, a Chinese company known for making open-sourced hardware and software for Arduino and Raspberry Pi systems, has launched a $25 Autofocus Camera for Raspberry Pi boards that offers a resolution 40% higher than the standard 12-megapixel Raspberry Pi HQ camera while maintaining the compact form factor of the 8-megapixel Raspberry Pi V2.
Inspired by do-it-yourself camera parts and projects, Ping-Hsun Chen and Ruha Cheng took things a step further and released a retro-style RUHAcam kit built around a Raspberry Pi Zero W connected to the High-Quality Camera Module.
Thermal cameras are expensive. They can cost anywhere between a few hundred to a few thousand dollars to buy and can cost $50 a day to rent. So why not just build one for around $100?
Recently a squirrel noticed our nut box that was waiting to be raided for almost a year now. But as our squirrels here are a bit skittish, I needed to come up with a way to get in close to take nice pictures of them.
Industrious designer Benjamin Bezine has created a Raspberry Pi-powered film scanner that combines with a film advancer made from Lego and a mirrorless camera that along with machine learning automatically scans whole rolls of film.
Famed bullet-time expert Eric Paré decided to challenge himself by building an experimental bullet-time rig using the Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2, a tiny 8-megapixel camera. While he encountered a few problems with the rig, he eventually got the 15 cameras working together without using custom electronic components.
The Verge Video Director Becca Farsace recently set out to build her very own custom camera by merging a point-and-shoot film camera with the new Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera module and a Raspberry Pi 4 computer. Just one problem... she has zero coding knowledge. Cue a very frustrating week.
Raspberry Pi just upped its camera game in a big way. The charity and single-board computer maker has just released the so-called 'High Quality Camera'—a 12.3MP camera module complete with an interchangeable lens mount... all for just $50.
Want a remote motion-activated wildlife camera without shelling out big bucks? You can build one yourself using Raspberry Pi. PiBat recently built a pint-sized one, and it works quite well.
Wearable so-called "lifelogging" cameras are a neat way to catalog your day-to-day, but did you know that you can built your own? If you don't want to spend a bunch of money and don't need all the bells and whistles, this DIY Raspberry Pi-powered wearable cam will do the trick.
Want an easy way to back up your memory card to any external hard drive without having to pull out your main computer? A Raspberry Pi computer can help you do just that.
Flickr generated a lot of bad feelings back in March 2016 by making its Auto-Uploadr app a Pro-only feature. If you're not Pro but would still like the convenience of automatically uploading new photos, you can build a custom gadget that does it for you.
We've shared a number of do-it-yourself camera projects involving Raspberry Pi in the past. If you're interested in trying your hand at one, it's now even cheaper: the ultra affordable $5 Raspberry Pi Zero now has a camera connector.
Looking for a weekend project and have some hardware and software skills? Try building yourself an instant camera using Rapsberry Pi and a thermal receipt printer.
The 5MP Omnivision camera module was the Raspberry Pi's very first add-on, but in the three years since it was release it hasn't gotten a single update... that is, until today. The Rasberri Pi Foundation has officially announced the arrival of a new and improved Sony module (actually two), and it won't cost you a penny more than the last one.
Shooting the moon has been a little obsession of mine for a very long time (ever since I started photography). I guess it is my love of impossible images, science fiction, and science fact that drove me to want to take photographs of the moon.
Want the look of an 8mm film camera but the convenience of digital? Instead of using a filter app and your phone camera, you can hack together your own digital 8mm camera using Raspberry Pi.
Want your own instant camera that prints lo-fi photos on receipt paper? Muth Pierre has published the designs for a build-it-yourself camera called the PolaPi -- it's a standalone compact camera that combines a Raspberry Pi and a thermal printer for a fun DIY instant camera.
Photographer Arvid Larsson recently made himself a portable instant camera that's powered by a Raspberry Pi computer camera and thermal receipt printer.
Design technologist Roo Williams was recently tasked with creating a better way to capture corporate employee headshots. What he came up with is a Raspberry Pi-powered mobile photo booth that's controlled entirely through the subject's smartphone through a special website. He calls it the "Pi-Booth."