So at last I put together quick and dirty script to auto setup Raspberry Pi Wild Life Camera. Script is based on my previous post here. The only difference is time-lapse script and time-lapse button on the android app.
To get everything set up first the camera module need to be enabled but reboot is not needed as the script will reboot Pi at the end.
Once camera is enabled the script needs to be downloaded and executed and don’t forget to execute script with sudo.
chmod +x install.sh
Once the script finishes running Raspberry Pi will reboot and you should be able to connect to it with android app over Bluetooth.
And this is the Bluetooth dongle I am using on the Raspberry Pi
More information and sensor wiring diagram is available in my previous post here
You can find all of the scripts here There is also makeVideo.sh script to create time-lapse video file. Mencoder app need to be installed for the script to work. Script is based on this article step 5.
And this is my current setup. I am also using mobile phone wide angle lens.
Download android app here
and android app source Currently unavailable due to claims of Virus. Currently I scanned it with 2 Anti virus programs and didn’t find any indication of any issues. I will investigate code later today and re-upload it. Sorry for inconvenience.
After some investigating I discovered that false positive was caused by following file generated by debug process in Android Studio
By the way the only external libraries used in the app are from http://www.jcraft.com/jsch/
The false positive is now removed and project file rescanned and clear as per www.virustotal.com
|Detection ratio:||0 / 49|
|Analysis date:||2015-04-08 19:38:09 UTC ( 2 minuty ago )|
False positive free version can be downloaded here