Mastering Esp32 Camera
The Esp32 camera is a cheap, yet powerful device and the most straightforward way to add vision to your DIY projects.
Its main pain point?
Missing GOOD learning material.
Most tutorials on the web are either messy or only teach you the basics of camera programming, and you're left on your own to figure out how to implement more complex, actually useful projects.
If you want to take the next step and create something actually usable, there's no luck out there.
But that's going to change!
Enter "The Ultimate Guide to Master the Esp32 Camera": 19 chapters + 29 Arduino sketches that will skyrocket your skills from beginner to expert in a matter of days.
You don't have to be an expert programmer to follow the book: I will teach you the basics and build on each chapter to create sophisticated applications that you can adapt to your own needs in a matter of minutes.
No hard-thinking for you.
Here's the Table of Contents:
PART ONE: GETTING STARTED
- Hardware and Software Setup
- Camera Configuration
- Taking your first picture
PART TWO: THE BASICS
- Live Video Streaming
- Save Photos to SD Card
- Pictures Browser in the Browser
PART THREE: MOTION DETECTION
- Jpeg decoding digression
- Image-wise Motion Detection
- Motion Live Video Streaming
- Region-of-Interest Motion Detection
- RoI Motion Live Video Streaming
- Motion Localization
- Telegram Notifications
PART FOUR: ADVANCED TECNIQUES
- Vertical Line Crossing Counter
- Color Blob Detection
- Cloud Storage
PART FIVE: MACHINE LEARNING
- Face Detection
- Person Detection
- Object Detection
It's the most complete, advanced content you will ever find on the Esp32 camera.
As a beginner, you won't find any easier introduction to the power of Esp32 camera.
As an expert, you won't find any more feature-packed piece of content on the internet.
Not sure if this is for you?
I offer a satisfied or refunded guarantee: if you buy the book and don't find it useful, you have 7 days to get a full refund. No questions asked, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theory, practice, code samples, video lessons, Discord community, future updates, 3 real world projects. Should I go on?