Instructables: exploring - technology - surveillance Fri, 31 Oct 2014 11:45:27 PDT BLOX v1.01 Automatic Home surveillance system using arduino(simple and cheap)
Automatic Home surveillance system using arduino(simple and cheap) - More DIY How To Projects]]> vigneshraja The goal of my project is to achieve Automatic home surveillance system without any manual interference. In general other surveillance system it is necessary to power ON TV and camera receiver every time. And also it needs to any user input to view who is standing out side. But in my p...
By: vigneshraja

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Tue, 16 Sep 2014 23:27:52 PDT
Camera Surveillance Controller System
Camera Surveillance Controller System - More DIY How To Projects]]> faziefazie In this Instructables I will show you how to turn your static IP Camera into moving IP Camera, you can control the movement of the camera and live video streaming at once from your Android. Actually this project was my final year project for college, this project was seriously complicated in a wh...
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Mon, 11 Aug 2014 07:55:19 PDT
Raspberry Pi DropCam Alternative
Raspberry Pi DropCam Alternative - More DIY How To Projects]]> nochanceinhell3856 I was looking for a way to check in on my house while away as well as have any motion captured and uploaded to the internet as a security camera. Doing a little research online and realizing that I had a raspberry pi and a usb webcam not being used for anything else, This is what I put together. Pl...
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Tue, 10 Dec 2013 17:32:26 PST
Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera
Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera - More DIY How To Projects]]> scavix This instructable describes how to build a surveillance cam based on a Raspberry Pi micro-computer which records HD video when something moves in the monitored area. Live picture can be viewed from any web browser, even from your mobile while you're on the road. What you will get: See live stre...
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Tue, 26 Nov 2013 01:37:08 PST
camera jacket
camera jacket - More DIY How To Projects]]> mikeasaurus Camera jacket is a concept exploring the idea of discreetly capturing image media in public locations.  This design has a small digital camera installed in the lining of a jacket with the lens recording through a small opening in the jacket breast. The camera is operated with buttons wired into the ...
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Tue, 26 Mar 2013 14:22:08 PDT
Cheap RC Surveillance
Cheap RC Surveillance - More DIY How To Projects]]> basementhacker This was my first official "project" ever. With basic skills, this project can be done quickly (which is not what happened to me). There were some things I wanted in the design:      1. It had to be CHEAP (All the pieces had to be recycled except for the camera, receiver, and computer adapter).     ...
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Mon, 18 Mar 2013 21:07:10 PDT
DNA Spoofing: DIY Counter-Surveillance auremoser   DNA Spoofing: DIY Counter-Surveillance from Aurelia Moser on Vimeo.As per this year's Art Hack Day, here are some DIY techniques for counteracting genetic surveillance in the post-apocalyptic present. See also, Allison Burtch's Vid: Credits: Heather Dewey-Hagborg - deweyha...
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Sun, 3 Mar 2013 18:33:14 PST
Outdoor Wrt54G Router with powerline Network adapter to supply internet to Wifi IP cameras edbersan I made this outdoor enclosure for my WRT4G wireless router some months back (as you can see in pictures, it is not very clean right now XD ) to connect my surveillance wireless IP cameras. I mount it on a mast at my house roof and with this nice router I can have and eye on my front porch, warehouse...
By: edbersan

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Tue, 11 Dec 2012 21:01:51 PST
$4 dollars Outdoor enclosure for a Linksys WVC54GC wireless IP surveillance camera edbersan I was looking for a wireless outdoor camera to keep an eye on my backyard, but instead of buying a new one I just decide to make an outdoor enclosure for one of my wireless Linksys WVC54GC cameras. I add an extenal antenna to increase the wifi signal range and it's working great.  I got this Nema bo...
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Mon, 10 Dec 2012 15:37:21 PST
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Tue, 26 Jun 2012 12:44:02 PDT
$10 Cube-A-Scope, DIY Cheap Boroscope
$10 Cube-A-Scope, DIY Cheap Boroscope - More DIY How To Projects]]> HydeTheJekyll The year is 2012, the Great Cube War of Call Center Six has all but decimated productivity. You need an edge, I way to give you the upper hand. You need to achieve victory! Behold, The Cube-A-Scope 5000! When not in use gathering reconnaissance and protecting your boarders, The Cube-A-Scope can func...
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Mon, 11 Jun 2012 22:51:57 PDT
Build your own "Spy Satellite"
Build your own "Spy Satellite" - More DIY How To Projects]]> pbecker83 I always thought it would be neat to have your own "Spy" Satellite. The fact that we have our own Spy Satellites traveling around the earth just amazes me. So why not have your own? The following instructable shows you how to do just that, build your own Spy Satellite. This is Vs. 1. Oh, and did I ...
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Sun, 7 Aug 2011 18:05:52 PDT
Easy Home Surveillance
Easy Home Surveillance - More DIY How To Projects]]> robonerd Everyone wants to keep their home secure. If zombies have swarmed your house, you want to know it's not safe to return, RIGHT? What better way to do this than to set up a surveillance system? Now it's easier than ever to have. And, you don't have to shell out hundreds of dollars to make sure the ...
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Wed, 30 Mar 2011 07:53:24 PDT
10 Minute Install of the Axis P5534 into a Dotworkz D2
10 Minute Install of the Axis P5534 into a Dotworkz D2 - More DIY How To Projects]]> webcamproshop We have put together this quick installation guide on how to properly install the Axis P5534 HD camera inside the new Dotworkz D2 rugged IP66 camera enclosure, with step-by-step photos and procedures. Be sure to check our pro tips to avoid pit falls and installation mistakes. The Dotworkz housing ...
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Wed, 26 Jan 2011 13:44:53 PST
Home surveillance via Twitter and YouTube
Home surveillance via Twitter and YouTube - More DIY How To Projects]]> maskedavengers With the latest version of Yoics for Windows, you can easily make any webcam into your own personal surveillance system, where videos are auto-uploaded to YouTube & a Twitter notification is sent out. Setup your webCam Once you've installed Yoics, select web/IP cam to go to the configuration menu...
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Thu, 28 May 2009 08:42:44 PDT
Tennis Ball Tripod
Tennis Ball Tripod - More DIY How To Projects]]> iectyx3c Recycle a dead tennis ball into a pocket camera tripod.Get sharp photos using a wall, fence, tree branch, door, car hood, bamboo pole, or a signpost.Velcro, bungee or hang from a suction cup with the optional mounting holes. Mark and Cut Cut the ball in half with an kitchen scissors, a craft kni...
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Thu, 13 Mar 2008 08:22:44 PDT
Robot Invasion Toy
Robot Invasion Toy - More DIY How To Projects]]> annina The robot invasion toy is a device for surveillance camera entertainment. It is a contraption that positions a threatening, evil-looking robot in front of a surveillance camera. The idea is that the person looking through the camera is suddenly confronted with a robot looking back at them. The robo...
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Mon, 3 Sep 2007 12:21:01 PDT
Laser Surveillance System for under $20
Laser Surveillance System for under $20 - More DIY How To Projects]]> navaburo WARNING: this project involves the use and modification of laser devices. While the lasers I suggest using (store-bought red pointers) are relatively safe to handle, NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY INTO A LASER BEAM, BEWARE OF REFLECTIONS, and be EXTREMELY CAREFUL when MODIFYING a laser product. Also, I am not ...
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Thu, 14 Sep 2006 13:12:15 PDT