I have been working on a project/album for my personal enjoyment. So I’m going to share it with you all the reason I’m sharing it is there are several companies out there charging for something that can be created for free or distributed for free. Do a quick Google search on Binary Beats or binarial beats you’ll […]
When you download the application, the images are already in there, but they’re not sized properly and won’t work well with some GUIs. For me, I would get a green box like so. First off, you will need a program called imagemagick. In an Ubuntu-based Linux, open up your terminal and type in the following command to […]
A day in the life of Bruce. For the Geeks that is motionEyeOS running on a Raspberry Pi 3. There’s a cool feature in motionEyeOS that allows you to timelapse your pictures.
The new Raspberry Pi 3 B + I couldn’t help myself even though I have two other Raspberry Pi 3 B. By the way just so you know if you buy a case make sure it says it’s compatible with Raspberry Pi B + if not you have to do some altering I ordered a […]
If you’re looking for a project for your Raspberry Pi 3 motionEyeos is a fun project. The interface is very user-friendly had it up and running in no time. I have a 500 gig external hard drive connected to the Raspberry Pi 3 where it stores the videos and images and bought a cheap webcam Amazon. One of the […]