The purpose of this code base is to provide an easy interface for creating a Raspberry Pi-based coffee camera. I found that there were too many people walking back and forth to the empty coffee pot and decided to make this little project with some parts that I had mostly laying around.
- raspberry pi (all should work, but may need extra hardware)
- compatible camera
- wifi dongle (optional)
- case (optional)
- power adapter
At this time, you must be running this project on a Raspberry Pi or the dependency picamera will not be runnable:
pip install coffeecam
This package will serve up pages by simply starting it. If you have installed coffeecam into the path /home/myname/py3env, then you can simply:
/home/myname/py3env/bin/coffeecam -c /my/config/file.json
The configuration file is not required to begin execution. If a configuration file is not supplied, defaults will be assumed.
An example configuration file may be found in the examples directory.
All dependencies are pip-installable:
This has only been tested on Raspbian, though it may work with other distributions.
How it Works
This package will run a flask instance which serves up a page containing a series of screenshots. This originally had a different structure, but after coming across a blog post, I decided to template the project after that.
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