Check out this project from Creative Technologist Nick Poole using the pcDuino Camera Module.
In today's project, coming at you from our Creative Technologist Nick Poole, we're using the CSI Camera Module for the pcDuino to build a "glitch booth." What is a glitch booth, you say? Check out the video!
To build his photo booth, Nick chose the 2-megapixel CSI Camera Module because it easily connects to the pcDuino single-board computer and needs very little to get up and running. Nick - being Nick - didn't stop with a standard photobooth, and added a "ruin my photo" button, thusly creating his one-of-a-kind glitch booth!
Check out the video above to learn more about his project - and build a glitch booth (or regular ol' photobooth) of your own!
found your flash: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33_X4XCm1WA Its a 100W LED, I think it would do good at surprising everyone!
It's "Private".. :(
Sorry about that, fixed! but yes, an SSR, or relay, heck even a mosfet, and it could be strobed/flashed!
So, at the SFE OH, I played with this towards the end of the night, and let me tell you, adding a flash to it would be beneficial.