Door Peephole LCD Monitor Project. How-To & Ideas? Answered
This is the premise of my project: To mount a webcam to a peephole that will display the video feed to an external monitor. I am in a dorm room at college and my desk is far from the door. It would convenient to see who is knocking without getting up - and to see if someone really is knocking. (Since the doors are close together a neighbor's knock can often be misinterpreted.)
I have sufficient electrical engineering skills to carry out the project. But I was looking for insight on how I could potentially wire a spare USB (UVC) Webcam to a display. My intention is to use one of the several spare laptop LCDs I have and mount it in a convenient position.
The project by no means needs to be wireless unless using an A/V Transceiver offers simple integration. If anyone knows of a medium I can use to directly pass the video signal from the camera to the display without use of a motherboard, please let me know.
~*~ANY ideas on the matter are greatly appreciated and I thank you all in advance for any help you may have on the matter ~*~