Til alle i Raspberry Pi entusiaster, er der nu godt nyt, hvis du er ramt af et Byggemand Bob gen. Mr. fid hos Instructables.com har sammensat et kit på egen hand, og på trods af et meget innovatiovt design, så er det bestemt Ganske imponerende.
Kittet er bygget på en model A Raspberry Pi flettet sammen med et Pi Noir kamera og Quanum FPV brille kit, som f.eks. kan handles via hobbyking.com
De omtalte Mr. Fid forklarer:
Because the Quanum googles had a RCA input they could be connected to a raspberry pi and if you had a camera in the front you could maybe make a crude set of night vision goggles? Now I might be a bit of a geek but I happen to have all the items I needed! So this was just for fun and to see if it worked and the whole unit was just taped together so it could be stripped down and the goggles used for their real purpose (FPV)
The raspberry pi I have is an original “A” model which I hacked to remove the RCA connector (not for this project) so I then had to solder a RCA lead onto the pads left. The other connections are the BEC wires which were soldered to the GPIO pins Pin 2 (or 4) for positive and pin 6 for negative, See the photos. The camera model was then connected to its connector.
At this stage I connected the raspberry pi to a monitor and wireless keyboard/mouse (the Raspberry pi “A” only has one USB connector so the wireless keyboard and mouse work well with just the one USB needed for the receiver) I then checked all bits worked by switching on and opening up the terminal and running
Gemmer der sig et brændende ønske om selv at hoppe på ideen, så bør du besøge Instructables, hvor en liste over komponenter findes sammen med en guide.
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