A few weeks ago, Dynamsoft released an iOS camera SDK that aims to help developers quickly build a document scanning app for iOS platform. In this post, I will share how to configure the SDK in Xcode, as well as how to create a simple document scanner app from scratch.
For the past week, I was looking for a live streaming solution to broadcast video from a USB webcam that connects to Raspberry Pi. This post will help you set up a live streaming server on Raspberry Pi step by step.
If you have a USB camera, how can you build a simple C# camera application on Windows 10? There are three options: WIA (Windows Imaging Acquisition), DirectShow and MediaCapture. After trying some sample code that downloaded from CodeProject and GitHub, I got the conclusion: 1. WIA is not good because it does not support my webcam. 2. DirectShow can work well, but there is no C# API provided by Microsoft. You need to create a wrapper for C++ API. 3. MediaCapture class that designed for UWP apps provides C# APIs which provide low-level control over the capture pipeline and enable advanced capture scenarios. In this article, I want to share how to create a simple C# webcam app in which I can handle every preview frame myself.
On mobile platforms, HTML5 is not only supported by web browsers, such as Safari, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, but also web view UI component that used for building native apps. The benefit is apparent that any developer who is familiar with web programming could easily create excellent mobile apps for Android and iOS. Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK provides .NET APIs for Windows. You can implement a barcode reading module on server-side (IIS), and detect barcode images that captured from any mobile devices using HTML5. The article will illustrate how to make a mobile barcode reader based on B/S (Browser/Server) architecture.
When you are going to purchase a new smartphone like iPhone 6 or Galaxy S5, don’t just throw your old devices away. Via socket connection, we can build a remote monitoring system with obsolete mobile devices instead of purchasing expensive Webcams or wireless cameras. In this article, I’d like to share how to connect an Android camera app to a remote server by socket, as well as how to display the camera preview frames of my mobile device on the server Window.
In this tutorial, I’d like to share how to write a simple Android application to take a picture, as well as upload the image to a remote PHP server. Let’s get started with a simple Java application.
In my daily life, I enjoy taking photos with my smartphone and uploading them to various websites. So I started thinking, “Is it possible to implement these functions in a web browser?” Although Dynamsoft ImageCapture Suite allows us to capture images from a webcam, it is designed for a desktop App development on windows and Mac, not for mobile platforms. Fortunately, the new HTML5 SDK is capable of uploading local images or captured images to web servers. Everything becomes easier if we have a mobile web browser, like Chrome, which is fully compatible with HTML5.