Make A Wearable Camera With A Raspberry Pi

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Wearable cameras are still in their infancy and it’s a little weird to just wear one when you’re doing daily errands. But if you want to build your own for those more exciting moments of your life, Adafruit shows you how.

To make this, you’ll need to track down a Pi Zero, the Pi camera, a few cables, a battery and a 3D printed case. Once you make it, the camera snaps a photo every 15 seconds (you can change this, of course).

Battery life’s only about two hours, but it’s still a pretty fun little use for the camera. Head over to Adafruit for the full guide.

Raspberry Pi Wearable Time Lapse Camera [Adafruit]

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