The Pi Guardian

The Pi Guardian

“Have you ever wanted to catch that one person who keeps stealing your Halloween candy? Or what about that annoying roommate who won’t leave your fridge alone? By using a Raspberry Pi 3, Pi Camera, and PIR sensor, all of that is now possible. Simply put it in a location you want monitored and get emailed with an attached …

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SIGHT: For the Blind

SIGHT: For the Blind

“A pair of smart glasses for the blind. Powered by Android Things and TensorFlow. Ever thought how is the life of a blind person, Their life is full of risk. They can’t even walk alone through a busy street or through a park. They shall need some assistance from others. They are also curious about the beauty of the …

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Poor Man’s Google Glass/Aid for Those With Tunnel Vision

Poor Man’s Google Glass/Aid for Those With Tunnel Vision

“Hello, this is my first instructable, so feedback is greatly appreciated. Abstract: This project streams live video from a fish-eye camera onto a wearable heads-up display. The result is a wider field of view within a smaller area (the display is comparable to a 4” screen 12” away from your eye and outputs at 720p). The primary purpose is to …

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Visioneer

Visioneer

“AI glasses that provide traffic information and obstacle avoidance for the visually impaired. Worn as a pair of sunglasses, the ‘Visioneer’ will provide timely traffic information and obstacle detection to the visually impaired. A trained neural net will provide a level of speed and accuracy necessary for real-time recognition and response. Our design will strive to maximize ease-of-use, comfort and …

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Raspireader: Build Your Own Fingerprint Reader

Raspireader: Build Your Own Fingerprint Reader

“Three researchers from Michigan State University have developed a low-cost, open-source fingerprint reader which can detect fake prints. They call it RaspiReader, and they’ve built it using a Raspberry Pi 3 and two Camera Modules. Joshua and his colleagues have just uploaded all the info you need to build your own version — let’s go! We’ve probably all …

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Open Hardware Rover With OpenCV

Open Hardware Rover With OpenCV

“In this lines you can read how build a rover using opencv for do something detecting colors. The work process is simple, Arduino have a basic program to the rover: forward, left and right that manages the movement in the rover. The Arduino board is connected to a Raspberry pi by USB port and RPI send data from serial port …

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