PhotoBooth Project
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README.md

qPhotoBox

PhotoBooth Project

Features

  • Good image quality
    • because of a big image sensor (DSLR)
    • because of a good flash setup
  • Remote control
    • Presenter-style remote control to trigger the recording (can easily be hidden e.g. behind the back)
    • Back and forth buttons on the remote control to view the last 5 images
    • No delayed-action shutter release you press at the box and rush back to your spot
    • No "buzzer"-Button (or the gesture to press it) visible on every picture
  • Live view
    • The image preview is displayed all the time so you can position in front of the camera properly
  • Big screen
    • No tiny 7 or 9'' Raspberry Pi touch display
  • Relatively low entrance costs for what you get
    • Upgradable/Replacable components (start small and go big)
  • No Printer
    • This is the main reason for high costs at an event
    • A lot of waste is produced
      • Many images are too bad to be printed
      • The guests need to take care for the prints and to not forget them when they leave
    • It is (in my opinion) way better to print the nice pictures cheaper and in bulk afterwards and send them to the guests with e.g. a thank-you card.

Compile and installation instructions

TODO

Build a PhotoBox

Details about how to build one yourself can be found in the hardware-wiki page