Here is my assembled nature watch camera. Components include Raspberry Pi zero, RGB Camera (for Raspberry Pi), micro SD card, and a usb battery pack. I used an old waterbottle as my initial enclosure.
This idea is for a remote control boat which will carry bird feed and film ducks swimming in their natural habitat.
This idea is for a recording/playback box to communicate with squirrels. The idea uses a microphone and speaker for recording and playing squirrel noises in an attempt to capture their reactions on camera.
This flotation device around a water tight camera housing which allows the camera to stabilize and take picture of things bellow the surface of a body of water.
This idea uses the camera to document the growth of seeds. The camera would be built into a greenhouse enclosure and would use temperature and moisture sensors to give feedback on the plants environment to the user.
The first idea in this image is a hanging box enclosure that used motion sensors to decide when to start recording. The idea is to capture squirrel and bird behavior.
This idea uses a small chasy and plastic enclosure to make a small car. The car will have to motors and two noise sensors. My plan is to map the sound sensor readings to move the car towards something making noise. Alternatively a remote control could be used to position the camera in an optimal photo spot.
This idea uses a water tight housing and light sensors to capture life underwater. This invention would be especially helpful in determining if an area has fish before fishing,
This idea was inspired by a bird nest I found on my balcony. The enclosure would have a domed top to prevent water damage and noise sensors to activate the camera.
Recently I've noticed a family of racoons run around my next door apartment complex. The camera would be in a low key cardboard box and would use motion sensors to take pictures of any creatures that pass it.
This camera would be built into a short box which would be covered with leaves, greenery or grass. The camera would point upwards and be placed underneath a tree that had a lot of squirrel or bird camera. The box would have motion sensors to determine when to take pictures of passing animals.