Some time ago, I have published a post about creating a Pan Tilt camera using UV4L library on a Raspberry Pi. It works really well. The camera position can be adjusted via a web interface while providing a live stream. It seems like a nice little thing. However, after upgrade of my Raspberry Pi from Debian Stretch to Debian Buster it broke down. The live stream is no longer available through UV4L on Debian Buster. Here is how to fix it!Continue reading
I would like to present a simple project which involves Raspberry Pi with a camera. Sounds boring, right! But the camera can be tilted in two axis using two servos which are directly controlled via STM32 microcontroller which in turn communicates with Raspberry Pi. Furthermore, the RPi is hosting a web server with interface to control position and speed of the camera and of course the video is streamed so you can see what is going on i.e. in your room. If you are even a bit intrigued then keep reading.
Here I describe how to set up secure video streaming using Raspberry Pi and a dedicated camera with UV4L. This post is written in tutorial–like form and the set–up presented here will be used in my other projects.