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This project will show how to turn left/right camera, as well as put camera image (stream) into Local web

Hardware needed:
1. Raspberry Pi
2. USB camera

Overview steps:
1. Put stream camera into Local web (using "motion")
2. Make Local server
3. Put camera, IO control to Local server
4. Install hardware

1. Put stream camera into Local web (using "motion") 
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install motion
$ sudo apt-get install libv4l-0
$ sudo apt-get install uvccapture

$ gedit /etc/default/motion
change "start_motion_daemon yes" (from "no")
$ gedit /etc/motion/motion.conf
daemon on (from "off")
stream_localhost off (from "on")
framerate 100 (from "2")
stream_maxrate 10 (from "1")
$ service motion start
$ motion start 

In order to stop:
$ motion stop
$ service motion stop

Open web browser, input address: -> camera image should be on web browser
(note: is Raspberry IP address)

2. Make Local server
$ sudo apt-get install apache2 php5 libapache2-mod-php5
If everything is OK, local web will display in Web Browser as following:

This "index.html" is saved in /var/www/html/

3. Put "camera" and "IO control" to Local server
On step 1, camera image is on stream (
On step 2, a local web server is made.
So an php page is made in Local server to load camera stream, meanwhile this php page also have 2 button (turn left/right) to control camera
For easy, whole project is save at this link (google share)
Take above files, extract it, then save all files and folder into /var/www/html/

4. Install hardware
GPIO of Raspberry (GPIO_0, GPIO_7, GND) is used to control Motor driver (H-Bridge L298N)

Connect system like this:

Make a camera base with Motor (gear type)

Put them together

That's it! Now camera can turn left/right everywhere using Local web (computer or phone)
Open web browser, input address

Now, camera can remote control rotate:

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  1. Is it possible to record a vĂ­deo into a usb memory stick ?

    1. no, this will not record into usb memory stick

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