August 2, 2013 AT 12:45 pm

Calculating if the Toilet’s Occupied or Not with Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Toiletcam-setup

Via raspberrypi.org:

When Jeroen Danckers sent us a blog post with that title he was on to a winner. And let’s face it, who hasn’t dreamed of putting a computer in the toilet connected to a camera that reports back to a web page whether the toilet is occupied or not. I have.


There’s all kind of people running around at our digital agency (Intracto, Belgium). Not only in numbers, but also in all weird forms and shapes. A simple discussion during lunch break about busy toilet usage quickly ends up in high-tech cut ‘n’ paste with webcams, Raspberry Pi and PHP trickery. So now we can check online whether our toilet is taken or not. :)

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  1. Great project, just a little wary of camera’s in bathrooms……

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