AndroidCam is an Android App which provides the ability to turn a mobile device into an intervalometer for collecting time-lapse images. Image capture can be triggered using time based scheduling or in response to data thresholds monitored by the app (e.g. temperature, location, windspeed, etc) Data collection is performed via IOIO connection and the new ADK. Remote synchronization upload of images can be scheduled and performed via SCP.
This project is utilized to build low-cost wireless camera/sensor networks primarily for climate study. We are also in the process of forking the AndroidCam source to a customized app on the BeagleBoard/LeopardBoard to provide a sensor system for UAV use.
Detailed project information, application releases, and source code can be obtained at https://www.assembla.com/spaces/droidcam
Tags: Android, Camera, droidcam, In-Situ