The 3D Printed TaskCam can be printed on most 3D printers, and is robust and flexible enough to use across multiple studies.
The TaskCam Paper Long is the simplest of all TaskCam enclosures. It uses the TaskCam Arduino Shield straight out of the box without any modifications. It is very easy to make and has plenty of free space for additional graphics. The casing is constructed from two A4 sheets of card or paper, cut out according to the template we provide.
This right-handed Paper TaskCam is easy to make as it is constructed from two A4 sheets of card or paper.
VisionCam offers the chance to capture long-term recordings of settings without invading privacy. Based on a Raspberry Pi , it uses computer vision to trigger and manipulate images, producing stop-action recordings similar to line-drawn animations.
Compact VisionCam is the easiest version to construct and the case can be produced on most 3D printers. Its asymmetrical form is the result of using the Raspberry Pi and display screen 'hat' in a completely standard configuration.
VisionCam Accessories are a selection of 3D printable parts for VisionCams that can be added to extend their physical functionality. Designed to be attached by using strong elastic bands, they can be printed on most 3D printers.