Tired of canvasing the Internet trying to find clear and comprehensive information on how to use the Raspberry Pi 3? Well, this is the tutorial for you!
We’re going to build a simple camera stick with the Pi camera which snaps a picture when a button is pushed. This is akin to a “Hello, World!” initiation for using a camera module with the Raspberry Pi. It teaches you how to set up the Pi, install a camera, use a couple General Purpose I/O (GPIO) pins, and a smidgen of Python programming.
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