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See how we built it, including our materials, code, and supplemental instructions, on In this video, we use a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a Raspberry Pi camera to make a smart security camera! The camera uses object detection (with OpenCV) to send you an email whenever it sees an intruder. It also runs a webcam so you can view live video from the camera when you are away. Make sure to look out for our behind the scenes video! (Coming next week) USEFUL LINKS: Follow Hacker House on Instagram: Subscribe to Hacker House: Visit our website for parts and project updates: View our code on Github: OpenCV Install Guide: MATERIALS: Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless × 1 Raspberry Pi Camera module × 1 Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Cable x 1 Micro-USB to USB Cable × 1 1/4" MDF Board × 1 90 Degree Angle Bracket × 1 Outdoor Mounting Tape × 1 M4 X 20mm Long Machine Screws × 2 M4 Hex Nuts × 2 M2.5 Machine Screws × 4 #8 X 3/4" Long Machine Screws × 1 #8 Hex Nut × 1 #8 Wing Nut × 1 MUSIC: *Disclaimer* The methods shown in this video should be used as a guide only. HACKER HOUSE ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCIDENTS OR INCIDENTS ARISING FROM INDIVIDUALS UNDERTAKING ANY OF THE TASKS DESCRIBED. IN PARTICULAR, IF UNSURE YOU SHOULD ALWAYS CONTACT A QUALIFIED TRADESMAN BEFORE PROCEEDING.
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