Ever fancied creating your very own time-lapse spy camera? If you have then the new guide created by the team over at Adafruit which shows you how to create the mini spy camera using a micro-controller such as a Trinket might be worth more investigation.
The small spy camera is capable of functioning in two different modes and can either capture video or snapshots, and is equipped with a trigger that can be set to record footage whenever your target enters view. Adafruit explains a little more :
The Spycam can work in two different modes- video and snapshot.
– In general, the white trigger line is pulled high.
– If trigger is pulsed low for a short amount of time (less than half a second) it will take a photo.
– If trigger is pulsed low for a long amount of time (a second or longer) it will start/stops video recording.
For the guide and full step-by-step instructions on how to create your very own spy camera complete with all the code you will require, jump over to the official Adafruit website via the link below.
Source: AdafruitFiled Under: DIY Projects, Top News