Low-cost Endoscopy using Raspberry Pi

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Low-cost Endoscopy using Raspberry Pi

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ABSTRACT

Endoscopy is the camera-based technology used to view the internal body by inserting the Endoscopy camera into the body. This is water resistant miniature camera, which can be easily inserted into the body to view the internal organs without operating body. This medical facility is integrated with the Raspberry Pi so that we can view the video of our internal organ remotely and also it is helpful to analyze the video or to do any IoT technology to process the video by viewing the video in a webpage using localhost.

BLOCK DIAGRAM

Block diagram Low-cost Endoscopy using Raspberry Pi

BLOCK DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION

In the above block diagram, Endoscopy camera module is connected in the USB port of the Raspberry Pi. Then to view the video stream of internal body, Monitor is connected to the Raspberry Pi using VGA to HDMI converter

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Endoscopy is highly used to view the internal organ of the body, to have the whole equipment system will be expensive, by just having endoscopy camera we can interface to the Raspberry Pi, to view the internal organ as well as we can process the video for any other applications. By using Open CV we can process the video for various applications.

 

HARDWARE REQUIRED

  • Raspberry Pi
  • Power Adapter
  • HDMI to VGA converter (optional, when connecting to Monitor)
  • Endoscopy camera

 

SOFTWARE REQUIRED

  • SD Card Formatter
  • Win32 Disk Imager (or) Etcher

 

LIBRARIES USED

  • Time library (For Delay functions)
  • CV2

 

CONCLUSION

It is low-cost medical system, which is used to view the internal parts through Endoscopy. In some applications like miniature, pipelines are also monitored using Endoscopy Camera.

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