As for DIY projects, creating a usable street camera sounds quite risky. Said, Ruhakam, A new project by Ping-Hussein “Panak” Chen and Ruha Cheng, certainly looks like a fun weekend project for people who want to make a standalone camera from scratch.
The project uses a Raspberry Pi Zero W attached to the battery and camera module. A small TFT screen acts as your viewfinder, And the whole thing fits inside a 3D-printed case. There are even plans to make your own skin pigment for your weird little dots-And-Shots – however Don’t expect beauty like autofocus and dust detection. It is basically the electronic equivalent of a DIY Lomography film camera.
The system uses a 10-megapixel raspberry pie high quality CAmera, Priced online at 50 and it can be combined with a C- and CS-mounted lens. The lens itself costs another াফ 50 in Adafurt. Creating Ruhakam, You simply print the case, assemble the parts, and add some code to the raspberry pie to respond to the shutter button by saving the image via an SD card. The resulting images, if Chen and Cheng’s sites are a guide, visit itry is great in a retro-cyberpunk-camera-futurist type. You’re going to experience lots of patterns and clutter, But what would you expect with a camera made with a portion worth about 120 120 and a few dolls of molten plastic? In the end, It is calculated that it is cool.