from FS2 Arducam WiFi Camera by @martinfasani
by Noe Ruiz
Martin Fasani shared on Thingiverse:
This project serves as a base to explore Arducam possibilities in combination with a WiFI “System on a Chip” such as ESP8266 to create a simple WiFi point-and-shoot digital camera.
We called it FS2 since it’s the initial of my surname + team engineer. This project is intended mostly to learn about SPI Cameras and how to connect them to Espressif WiFi chips. It’s a fully experimental project and not meant to be a digital camera replacement.
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Original article: FS2 Arducam WiFi Camera by @martinfasani