HOWTO make an Internet of Things camera

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9 Responses to “HOWTO make an Internet of Things camera”

  1. Kimmo says:

    Holy crap, that Eye-Fi card  is a bloody great idea.

    …Don’t suppose there’s a MicroSD version?

  2. Stefan Jones says:

    I’ve got an Eye-Fi card. It’s configured to talk to the guest wifi network at work and the one in my apartment.

    It’s seriously freaky how something that small can do wireless magic. The first six pictures on my Flickr stream were deposited there by EyeFi:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/stefan_e_jones/

    If you click on a description you’ll see the little canned EyeFi label.

    Drawbacks: You have to leave your camera on for transfers to happen. And — anecdotally — man-oh-man, does that sucker drain batteries.

  3. jimh says:

    Fucking Arduinos, how do they work?

  4. awesome … if I manage to get one there will be no more privacy in my house >:)

  5. mobuco says:

    aren’t there plenty of digital cameras that already do this?

  6. cellocgw says:

    Funny thing about words:  is the software provided for free, i.e. “complImentary,” or is it software which matches the hardware, i.e. “complEmentary” ?  Or both?

  7. Robert says:

    I use EyeFi cards in my DIY Book Scanner. My makerspace’s book scanner will get a pair, too.

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