In this chapter, we revised how to use Pi Camera with the Raspberry Pi and take photos with it. We learned a neat trick to correct our photos if they are upside down. We also learned how to use a GPIO to use a tactile button to act as the trigger for our images.
Once we obtained the images required for our animation, we proceeded to combine those images in a video, where we specified the frame rate and quality. Finally, we rendered the video using the
In the next chapter, we will learn about the popular open source image processing library, OpenCV, and get it set up on the Raspberry Pi. We will also implement some interesting projects, such as video processing, logical operations on an image, colorspace conversions, and much ...