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This post shows how to use the standard Raspberry Pi camera with the Wolfram Language on a Raspberry Pi.

Original post: http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/157704

Step 1: Hardware

To recreate this experiment you will need the following hardware (in addition to the Raspberry Pi itself):

Raspberry Pi Camera Board

Step 2: Configure the RPi Camera Board

First configure your Raspberry Pi Camera Board following the instructions from the Raspberry Pi Camera web page.

Step 3: Snap Some Pictures!

From the desktop double click the 'Mathematica' icon or type 'mathematica' in a terminal to launch the notebook interface.

To take pictures, simply run the DeviceRead command:

DeviceRead["RaspiCam"]

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