Motion-based wildlife photography using Raspberry Pi with Open CV

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Motion based wildlife photography using Raspberry Pi with Open CV

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ABSTRACT

Wildlife photography is very much difficult to work to stay on the location more than a while to find the animals and to capture the image at the close. This is a simple Raspberry Pi beginner project which we implemented this with the camera, already miniature camera is placed in the forest to capture the unnoticed action of livings. But by interfacing this technology with the camera, Images can be captured only if any motion is detected. Raspberry Pi which takes video with motion-based technology for storage optimization, with action based camera to capture the image.

BLOCK DIAGRAM

Block diagram of Raspberry Pi with Camera

BLOCK DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION

 The camera is connected with the Raspberry Pi through USB/Pi camera interfaces. The monitor is connected to the Raspberry Pi using VGA to HDMI converter.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Raspberry Pi system, enables the video capture or image capture when it detects the motion, It also reconfigured by having a user interrupt to capture the image remotely by pressing any key. Which the complete setup installed in the forest, the house installed for photography.

 

HARDWARE REQUIRED

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

 

SOFTWARE REQUIRED

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

 

LIBRARIES USED

  • Rpi.GPIO as GPIO (To access GPIO Pins of Raspberry Pi)
  • Time library (For Delay functions)
  • Sys
  • subprocess

 

CONCLUSION

This Raspberry Pi based camera will capture the image based on motion detection. Which turned into autonomous for storage optimization

Additional information

Weight 1.000000 kg

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