Raspberry Pi - Meeting the RPi-Cam-Web-Interface

If you are not familiar with raspberry PI please go ahead and see this web site, I’m not going to be talking about what is and what it can do rather I want to go further and focus on just the raspberry PI + camera.

RPi-Cam-Web-Interface is a simple interface that enable the users to interact with the camera module on the raspberry PI, it has a lot of documentation and the code is really easy to understand if you’re a programmer.

The interface is very easy to use and it has a lot of features such as resolution adjust, control of brightness, saturation and contrast.

I think the main feature of the the RPi-Cam-Web-Interface is be web based. Easy to use easy to share across multiple devices and easy to modify as well.

Behind the scenes, how does it works?

The web interface was wrote in PHP and it has a interaction with the linux in the raspberry in resume what the web interface does is, time by time the script takes a picture and save it in a directory (you can easily change the default folder where it is saved) and then refresh the the page with the new picture through the javascript.

Would you like to try?

You can find the official tutorial in the raspberry website and loads more on google