ESP32 + HTTP server + WebSockets + Bootstrap + Husarnet + configuration and HTML files on SD card.
This is the first post in a new mini-series, where we build a home surveillance system, mainly using Raspberry Pis.
We will obtain and display the video feeds from two network cameras we built previously.
Raspberry Pi-based video conferencing unit that a senior does not have to touch at all. Relatives can call her any time to give support.
We take a look at a very interesting GitHub repository that enables video recording on the ESP32-CAM board.
In this post, we will learn how to install Home Assistant on the Raspberry Pi and we will also learn how to view the ESP32-CAM steam.
In part 3 of this series, we evaluate NVR options for both the Raspberry Pi and for a Windows PC.