Raspberry Pi enthusiasts or hobbyists looking to learn more about building Raspberry Pi Internet of Things applications, temperature sensors and Raspberry Pi camera projects may be interested in a new IoT Guide created by software developer Robert Elder an launched via Kickstarter this week.
The guide will features ares of guidance to show :
– How to capture video or images on the Raspberry Pi in different resolutions and frame rates.
– How to upload pictures or video to a public Amazon S3 bucket.
– Remotely access the Pi to do maintenance on your application.
– Send out email notifications with images using Amazon SES.
– Capture temperature and humidity data so it can be logged or pushed to a remote web site.
“I am seeking to raise funds to support investing my time into writing a guide that will teach you how to build your own self-hosted Raspberry Pi video and image monitoring project. I’ll also include instructions for using a temperature and humidity sensor. The number of people who make a pledge for this project will determine the amount of detail I can go into, and the number of different features I can discuss.”
Another Kickstarter campaign focusing on the Raspberry Pi and computer vision may also be worth more investigation and backing and can be found over on Kickstarter here.