We know you can turn a Raspberry Pi into a cheap surveillance system and that displaying images on a small screen is no problem either. Adafruit combined all this together with some sensors to create a system where you can monitor the camera and data on one Raspberry Pi from another Raspberry Pi. Essentially, one Raspberry Pi acts as a surveillance camera and temperature sensor, while the other Raspberry Pi acts as a remote display. You can view the feed of the camera using a touchscreen that allows you to switch over to a graph at a tap. As you'd expect, you'll need a couple of Raspberry Pis, a touch screen, a temperature sensor, a Raspberry Pi camera and a pair of Wi-Fi dongles. When you're all finished with the project, you'll easily be able to pull up a live feed from the camera on a Pi. It's a pretty easy little project when all's said and done. Head over to Adafruit for the full guide.
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