A photo booth application in pure Python for the Raspberry Pi.
The pibooth project provides a photobooth application out-of-the-box in pure Python for Raspberry Pi. Have a look to the wiki to discover some realizations from GitHub users, and don’t hesitate to send us photos of your version.
Interface available in Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Norwegian and Spanish (customizable)
Capture from 1 to 4 photos and concatenate them in a final picture
Support all cameras compatible with gPhoto2, OpenCV and Raspberry Pi
Support for hardware buttons and lamps on Raspberry Pi GPIO
Fully driven from hardware buttons / keyboard / mouse / touchscreen
Auto-start at the Raspberry Pi startup
Animate captures from the last sequence during idle time
Store final pictures and the individual captures
Printing final pictures using CUPS server (printing queue indication)
Custom texts can be added on the final picture (customizable fonts, colors, alignments)
Custom background(s) and overlay(s) can be added on the final picture
All settings available in a configuration file (most common options in a graphical interface)
Highly customizable thanks to its plugin system, you can develop your own plugin
Third-party plugins can be found an GitHub or on plugins on PyPI. Here is a short list:
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