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== Introduction ==
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It's an ESP32 board with a camera, running a web server, so it acts as an inexpensive webcam.
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== Hardware ==
 
* http://wiki.aithinker.com/esp32-cam
 
* http://wiki.aithinker.com/esp32-cam
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* [[bertrik]] ordered [https://aliexpress.com/item/ESP32-CAM/32947577882.html this board on AliExpress]
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== Software ==
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* maybe https://github.com/m5stack/m5stack-cam-psram ?
 
* https://github.com/donny681/ESP32_CAMERA_QR
 
* https://github.com/donny681/ESP32_CAMERA_QR
* maybe https://github.com/m5stack/m5stack-cam-psram ?
 
* on [https://aliexpress.com/item/ESP32-CAM/32947577882.html AliExpress?]
 
 
* [https://youtu.be/q7Z_XnBYFhY Step by step video guide to getting it up and running with Arduino IDE and the Expressif CameraWebServer example]
 
* [https://youtu.be/q7Z_XnBYFhY Step by step video guide to getting it up and running with Arduino IDE and the Expressif CameraWebServer example]
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=== platformio ===
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[[bertrik]] made an attempt to build the CameraWebServer example as a platformio project: https://github.com/bertrik/CameraWebServer
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To build the code, clone the git repo above, cd into it, then type
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  pio run
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To upload it to the board:
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  pio run -t upload
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To watch the debug output:
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  pio device monitor

Revision as of 00:58, 28 January 2019

Project ESP32-CAM
ESP32-CAM.jpg
Cheap webcams with Wifi, what could possibly go wrong?
Status Initializing
Contact noopwafel, Sebastius
Last Update 2019-01-28


Introduction

It's an ESP32 board with a camera, running a web server, so it acts as an inexpensive webcam.

Hardware

Software

platformio

bertrik made an attempt to build the CameraWebServer example as a platformio project: https://github.com/bertrik/CameraWebServer

To build the code, clone the git repo above, cd into it, then type

 pio run

To upload it to the board:

 pio run -t upload

To watch the debug output:

 pio device monitor