Hackster.io member Maciej has published a tutorial providing an easy way to stream your Raspberry Pi camera video feed directly to a browser. Using the Chrome browser from either your smartphone, tablet or desktop PC the Raspberry Pi camera footage can be accessed from any location remotely.
The Raspberry Pi project should take roughly 30 minutes to complete and has been tagged as “Easy”. Using a Raspberry Pi Zero W mini PC together with the official Raspberry Pi camera module and the services provided by RemoteMe.org cloud the video below is provides a full overview of the project and its features.
“In this tutorial I will be showing how you can use Raspberry Pi with a camera module to stream live video on your web browser. A program runs on Raspberry Pi to connect to RemoteMe and allows streaming video from the camera connected to our Raspberry Pi. The program supports dedicated camera modules made for Raspberry Pi which have a ribbon cable attached to it which connects to a clip connector on the board.”
For full instructions, code and component list jump over to the official Hackster.io website by following the link below.
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