ESP32 + OV7670 image upload

zmajkoo
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ESP32 + OV7670 image upload

Postby zmajkoo » Sat Jan 19, 2019 10:02 am

Is there any way to take pictures using ESP32 and OV7670 camera and upload it somewhere (my goal is to use picture from esp32 on my android phone). I was hoping to upload pictures to firebase storage and then to my android to download it.

Can someone provide some help? For now, I still can't take pictures with OV7670 just low level video.

maximkulkin
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Re: ESP32 + OV7670 image upload

Postby maximkulkin » Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:36 am

Not sure I understand how you can get any kind of video from camera sensor and not being able to get a single frame: the sensor interface is supposed to give you single frame which you then organize into a video stream.

Take a look at https://github.com/m5stack/esp32-cam-demo: it has support for several OmniVision sensor (camera) models, not exactly OV7670, but a) it still might work; b) you could use it as a starting point for implementing driver for your model.

raphaelbs
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Re: ESP32 + OV7670 image upload

Postby raphaelbs » Mon Feb 11, 2019 2:43 pm

I'm currently working in an application that does exactly that.
https://github.com/raphaelbs/esp32-cam- ... le_storage

I'll improve both documentation and the code and open a PR sometime soon.

Edit:
Done @ https://github.com/raphaelbs/esp32-cam- ... le_storage
Feel free to give your feedback and contribute.

Timlez107
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Re: ESP32 + OV7670 image upload

Postby Timlez107 » Wed Feb 20, 2019 5:46 am

raphaelbs wrote: I'm currently working in an application that does exactly that.
https://github.com/raphaelbs/esp32-cam- ... le_storage

I'll improve both documentation and the code and open a PR sometime soon.

Edit:
Done @ https://github.com/raphaelbs/esp32-cam- ... le_storage
Feel free to give your feedback and contribute.
Will this work with the ESP32 development board and not just the ESP32 Ai-Thinker board? Also, do you just install the zip file to the Arduino IDE? Additionally, are there any header files that have to be included in the “.ino” file?
Thanks!

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