ESP32-CAM Pan and Tilt Video Streaming Web Server (2 Axis)

In this project, we’ll attach the ESP32-CAM to a pan and tilt stand with two SG90 servo motors. With a pan and tilt camera stand, you can move the camera up, down, to the left, and the right— this is great for surveillance. The ESP32-CAM hosts a web server that shows video streaming and buttons to control the servo motors to move the camera.

Boards compatibility: for this project, you need an ESP32 camera development board with
access to two GPIOs to control two servo motors. You can use: ESP32-CAM AI-Thinker, T-Journal or TTGO T-Camera Plus.

Parts Required

For this project, we’ll use the following parts:

Pan and Tilt Stand and Motors

For this project, we’ll use a pan and tilt stand that already comes with two SG90 servo motors. The stand is shown in the following figure.

Pan and Tilt with SG90 Servo Motors ESP32-CAM

We got our stand from Banggood, but you can get yours from any other store.

Alternatively, you can get two SG90 servo motors and 3D print your own stand.

Servo motors have three wires with different colors:

WireColor
PowerRed
GNDBlack or brown
SignalYellow, orange or white

How to Control a Servo?

You can position the servo’s shaft at various angles from 0 to 180º. Servos are controlled using a pulse width modulation (PWM) signal. This means that the PWM signal sent to the motor determines the shaft’s position.

ESP32-CAM servo shaft angles from 0 to 180º

To control the servo motor, you can use the PWM capabilities of the ESP32 by sending a signal with the appropriate pulse width. Or you can use a library to make the code simpler. We’ll be using the ESP32Servo library.

Installing the ESP32Servo Library

To control servo motors, we’ll use the ESP32Servo library. Make sure you install that library before proceeding. In your Arduino IDE, go to Sketch > Include Library > Manage Libraries. Search for ESP32Servo and install the library as shown below.

Install ESP32Servo Library Arduino IDE

Code

Copy the following code to your Arduino IDE.

/*********
  Rui Santos
  Complete instructions at https://RandomNerdTutorials.com/esp32-cam-projects-ebook/
  
  Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files.
  The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
*********/

#include "esp_camera.h"
#include <WiFi.h>
#include "esp_timer.h"
#include "img_converters.h"
#include "Arduino.h"
#include "fb_gfx.h"
#include "soc/soc.h"             // disable brownout problems
#include "soc/rtc_cntl_reg.h"    // disable brownout problems
#include "esp_http_server.h"
#include <ESP32Servo.h>

// Replace with your network credentials
const char* ssid = "REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_SSID";
const char* password = "REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_PASSWORD";

#define PART_BOUNDARY "123456789000000000000987654321"

#define CAMERA_MODEL_AI_THINKER
//#define CAMERA_MODEL_M5STACK_PSRAM
//#define CAMERA_MODEL_M5STACK_WITHOUT_PSRAM
//#define CAMERA_MODEL_M5STACK_PSRAM_B
//#define CAMERA_MODEL_WROVER_KIT

#if defined(CAMERA_MODEL_WROVER_KIT)
  #define PWDN_GPIO_NUM    -1
  #define RESET_GPIO_NUM   -1
  #define XCLK_GPIO_NUM    21
  #define SIOD_GPIO_NUM    26
  #define SIOC_GPIO_NUM    27
  
  #define Y9_GPIO_NUM      35
  #define Y8_GPIO_NUM      34
  #define Y7_GPIO_NUM      39
  #define Y6_GPIO_NUM      36
  #define Y5_GPIO_NUM      19
  #define Y4_GPIO_NUM      18
  #define Y3_GPIO_NUM       5
  #define Y2_GPIO_NUM       4
  #define VSYNC_GPIO_NUM   25
  #define HREF_GPIO_NUM    23
  #define PCLK_GPIO_NUM    22

#elif defined(CAMERA_MODEL_M5STACK_PSRAM)
  #define PWDN_GPIO_NUM     -1
  #define RESET_GPIO_NUM    15
  #define XCLK_GPIO_NUM     27
  #define SIOD_GPIO_NUM     25
  #define SIOC_GPIO_NUM     23
  
  #define Y9_GPIO_NUM       19
  #define Y8_GPIO_NUM       36
  #define Y7_GPIO_NUM       18
  #define Y6_GPIO_NUM       39
  #define Y5_GPIO_NUM        5
  #define Y4_GPIO_NUM       34
  #define Y3_GPIO_NUM       35
  #define Y2_GPIO_NUM       32
  #define VSYNC_GPIO_NUM    22
  #define HREF_GPIO_NUM     26
  #define PCLK_GPIO_NUM     21

#elif defined(CAMERA_MODEL_M5STACK_WITHOUT_PSRAM)
  #define PWDN_GPIO_NUM     -1
  #define RESET_GPIO_NUM    15
  #define XCLK_GPIO_NUM     27
  #define SIOD_GPIO_NUM     25
  #define SIOC_GPIO_NUM     23
  
  #define Y9_GPIO_NUM       19
  #define Y8_GPIO_NUM       36
  #define Y7_GPIO_NUM       18
  #define Y6_GPIO_NUM       39
  #define Y5_GPIO_NUM        5
  #define Y4_GPIO_NUM       34
  #define Y3_GPIO_NUM       35
  #define Y2_GPIO_NUM       17
  #define VSYNC_GPIO_NUM    22
  #define HREF_GPIO_NUM     26
  #define PCLK_GPIO_NUM     21

#elif defined(CAMERA_MODEL_AI_THINKER)
  #define PWDN_GPIO_NUM     32
  #define RESET_GPIO_NUM    -1
  #define XCLK_GPIO_NUM      0
  #define SIOD_GPIO_NUM     26
  #define SIOC_GPIO_NUM     27
  
  #define Y9_GPIO_NUM       35
  #define Y8_GPIO_NUM       34
  #define Y7_GPIO_NUM       39
  #define Y6_GPIO_NUM       36
  #define Y5_GPIO_NUM       21
  #define Y4_GPIO_NUM       19
  #define Y3_GPIO_NUM       18
  #define Y2_GPIO_NUM        5
  #define VSYNC_GPIO_NUM    25
  #define HREF_GPIO_NUM     23
  #define PCLK_GPIO_NUM     22

#elif defined(CAMERA_MODEL_M5STACK_PSRAM_B)
  #define PWDN_GPIO_NUM     -1
  #define RESET_GPIO_NUM    15
  #define XCLK_GPIO_NUM     27
  #define SIOD_GPIO_NUM     22
  #define SIOC_GPIO_NUM     23
  
  #define Y9_GPIO_NUM       19
  #define Y8_GPIO_NUM       36
  #define Y7_GPIO_NUM       18
  #define Y6_GPIO_NUM       39
  #define Y5_GPIO_NUM        5
  #define Y4_GPIO_NUM       34
  #define Y3_GPIO_NUM       35
  #define Y2_GPIO_NUM       32
  #define VSYNC_GPIO_NUM    25
  #define HREF_GPIO_NUM     26
  #define PCLK_GPIO_NUM     21

#else
  #error "Camera model not selected"
#endif

#define SERVO_1      14
#define SERVO_2      15

#define SERVO_STEP   5

Servo servoN1;
Servo servoN2;
Servo servo1;
Servo servo2;

int servo1Pos = 0;
int servo2Pos = 0;

static const char* _STREAM_CONTENT_TYPE = "multipart/x-mixed-replace;boundary=" PART_BOUNDARY;
static const char* _STREAM_BOUNDARY = "\r\n--" PART_BOUNDARY "\r\n";
static const char* _STREAM_PART = "Content-Type: image/jpeg\r\nContent-Length: %u\r\n\r\n";

httpd_handle_t camera_httpd = NULL;
httpd_handle_t stream_httpd = NULL;

static const char PROGMEM INDEX_HTML[] = R"rawliteral(
<html>
  <head>
    <title>ESP32-CAM Robot</title>
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
    <style>
      body { font-family: Arial; text-align: center; margin:0px auto; padding-top: 30px;}
      table { margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; }
      td { padding: 8 px; }
      .button {
        background-color: #2f4468;
        border: none;
        color: white;
        padding: 10px 20px;
        text-align: center;
        text-decoration: none;
        display: inline-block;
        font-size: 18px;
        margin: 6px 3px;
        cursor: pointer;
        -webkit-touch-callout: none;
        -webkit-user-select: none;
        -khtml-user-select: none;
        -moz-user-select: none;
        -ms-user-select: none;
        user-select: none;
        -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0,0,0,0);
      }
      img {  width: auto ;
        max-width: 100% ;
        height: auto ; 
      }
    </style>
  </head>
  <body>
    <h1>ESP32-CAM Pan and Tilt</h1>
    <img src="" id="photo" >
    <table>
      <tr><td colspan="3" align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('up');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('up');">Up</button></td></tr>
      <tr><td align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('left');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('left');">Left</button></td><td align="center"></td><td align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('right');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('right');">Right</button></td></tr>
      <tr><td colspan="3" align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('down');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('down');">Down</button></td></tr>                   
    </table>
   <script>
   function toggleCheckbox(x) {
     var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
     xhr.open("GET", "/action?go=" + x, true);
     xhr.send();
   }
   window.onload = document.getElementById("photo").src = window.location.href.slice(0, -1) + ":81/stream";
  </script>
  </body>
</html>
)rawliteral";

static esp_err_t index_handler(httpd_req_t *req){
  httpd_resp_set_type(req, "text/html");
  return httpd_resp_send(req, (const char *)INDEX_HTML, strlen(INDEX_HTML));
}

static esp_err_t stream_handler(httpd_req_t *req){
  camera_fb_t * fb = NULL;
  esp_err_t res = ESP_OK;
  size_t _jpg_buf_len = 0;
  uint8_t * _jpg_buf = NULL;
  char * part_buf[64];

  res = httpd_resp_set_type(req, _STREAM_CONTENT_TYPE);
  if(res != ESP_OK){
    return res;
  }

  while(true){
    fb = esp_camera_fb_get();
    if (!fb) {
      Serial.println("Camera capture failed");
      res = ESP_FAIL;
    } else {
      if(fb->width > 400){
        if(fb->format != PIXFORMAT_JPEG){
          bool jpeg_converted = frame2jpg(fb, 80, &_jpg_buf, &_jpg_buf_len);
          esp_camera_fb_return(fb);
          fb = NULL;
          if(!jpeg_converted){
            Serial.println("JPEG compression failed");
            res = ESP_FAIL;
          }
        } else {
          _jpg_buf_len = fb->len;
          _jpg_buf = fb->buf;
        }
      }
    }
    if(res == ESP_OK){
      size_t hlen = snprintf((char *)part_buf, 64, _STREAM_PART, _jpg_buf_len);
      res = httpd_resp_send_chunk(req, (const char *)part_buf, hlen);
    }
    if(res == ESP_OK){
      res = httpd_resp_send_chunk(req, (const char *)_jpg_buf, _jpg_buf_len);
    }
    if(res == ESP_OK){
      res = httpd_resp_send_chunk(req, _STREAM_BOUNDARY, strlen(_STREAM_BOUNDARY));
    }
    if(fb){
      esp_camera_fb_return(fb);
      fb = NULL;
      _jpg_buf = NULL;
    } else if(_jpg_buf){
      free(_jpg_buf);
      _jpg_buf = NULL;
    }
    if(res != ESP_OK){
      break;
    }
    //Serial.printf("MJPG: %uB\n",(uint32_t)(_jpg_buf_len));
  }
  return res;
}

static esp_err_t cmd_handler(httpd_req_t *req){
  char*  buf;
  size_t buf_len;
  char variable[32] = {0,};
  
  buf_len = httpd_req_get_url_query_len(req) + 1;
  if (buf_len > 1) {
    buf = (char*)malloc(buf_len);
    if(!buf){
      httpd_resp_send_500(req);
      return ESP_FAIL;
    }
    if (httpd_req_get_url_query_str(req, buf, buf_len) == ESP_OK) {
      if (httpd_query_key_value(buf, "go", variable, sizeof(variable)) == ESP_OK) {
      } else {
        free(buf);
        httpd_resp_send_404(req);
        return ESP_FAIL;
      }
    } else {
      free(buf);
      httpd_resp_send_404(req);
      return ESP_FAIL;
    }
    free(buf);
  } else {
    httpd_resp_send_404(req);
    return ESP_FAIL;
  }

  sensor_t * s = esp_camera_sensor_get();
  //flip the camera vertically
  //s->set_vflip(s, 1);          // 0 = disable , 1 = enable
  // mirror effect
  //s->set_hmirror(s, 1);          // 0 = disable , 1 = enable

  int res = 0;
  
  if(!strcmp(variable, "up")) {
    if(servo1Pos <= 170) {
      servo1Pos += 10;
      servo1.write(servo1Pos);
    }
    Serial.println(servo1Pos);
    Serial.println("Up");
  }
  else if(!strcmp(variable, "left")) {
    if(servo2Pos <= 170) {
      servo2Pos += 10;
      servo2.write(servo2Pos);
    }
    Serial.println(servo2Pos);
    Serial.println("Left");
  }
  else if(!strcmp(variable, "right")) {
    if(servo2Pos >= 10) {
      servo2Pos -= 10;
      servo2.write(servo2Pos);
    }
    Serial.println(servo2Pos);
    Serial.println("Right");
  }
  else if(!strcmp(variable, "down")) {
    if(servo1Pos >= 10) {
      servo1Pos -= 10;
      servo1.write(servo1Pos);
    }
    Serial.println(servo1Pos);
    Serial.println("Down");
  }
  else {
    res = -1;
  }

  if(res){
    return httpd_resp_send_500(req);
  }

  httpd_resp_set_hdr(req, "Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*");
  return httpd_resp_send(req, NULL, 0);
}

void startCameraServer(){
  httpd_config_t config = HTTPD_DEFAULT_CONFIG();
  config.server_port = 80;
  httpd_uri_t index_uri = {
    .uri       = "/",
    .method    = HTTP_GET,
    .handler   = index_handler,
    .user_ctx  = NULL
  };

  httpd_uri_t cmd_uri = {
    .uri       = "/action",
    .method    = HTTP_GET,
    .handler   = cmd_handler,
    .user_ctx  = NULL
  };
  httpd_uri_t stream_uri = {
    .uri       = "/stream",
    .method    = HTTP_GET,
    .handler   = stream_handler,
    .user_ctx  = NULL
  };
  if (httpd_start(&camera_httpd, &config) == ESP_OK) {
    httpd_register_uri_handler(camera_httpd, &index_uri);
    httpd_register_uri_handler(camera_httpd, &cmd_uri);
  }
  config.server_port += 1;
  config.ctrl_port += 1;
  if (httpd_start(&stream_httpd, &config) == ESP_OK) {
    httpd_register_uri_handler(stream_httpd, &stream_uri);
  }
}

void setup() {
  WRITE_PERI_REG(RTC_CNTL_BROWN_OUT_REG, 0); //disable brownout detector
  servo1.setPeriodHertz(50);    // standard 50 hz servo
  servo2.setPeriodHertz(50);    // standard 50 hz servo
  servoN1.attach(2, 1000, 2000);
  servoN2.attach(13, 1000, 2000);
  
  servo1.attach(SERVO_1, 1000, 2000);
  servo2.attach(SERVO_2, 1000, 2000);
  
  servo1.write(servo1Pos);
  servo2.write(servo2Pos);
  
  Serial.begin(115200);
  Serial.setDebugOutput(false);
  
  camera_config_t config;
  config.ledc_channel = LEDC_CHANNEL_0;
  config.ledc_timer = LEDC_TIMER_0;
  config.pin_d0 = Y2_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d1 = Y3_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d2 = Y4_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d3 = Y5_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d4 = Y6_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d5 = Y7_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d6 = Y8_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d7 = Y9_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_xclk = XCLK_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_pclk = PCLK_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_vsync = VSYNC_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_href = HREF_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_sscb_sda = SIOD_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_sscb_scl = SIOC_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_pwdn = PWDN_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_reset = RESET_GPIO_NUM;
  config.xclk_freq_hz = 20000000;
  config.pixel_format = PIXFORMAT_JPEG; 
  
  if(psramFound()){
    config.frame_size = FRAMESIZE_VGA;
    config.jpeg_quality = 10;
    config.fb_count = 2;
  } else {
    config.frame_size = FRAMESIZE_SVGA;
    config.jpeg_quality = 12;
    config.fb_count = 1;
  }
  
  // Camera init
  esp_err_t err = esp_camera_init(&config);
  if (err != ESP_OK) {
    Serial.printf("Camera init failed with error 0x%x", err);
    return;
  }
  // Wi-Fi connection
  WiFi.begin(ssid, password);
  while (WiFi.status() != WL_CONNECTED) {
    delay(500);
    Serial.print(".");
  }
  Serial.println("");
  Serial.println("WiFi connected");
  
  Serial.print("Camera Stream Ready! Go to: http://");
  Serial.println(WiFi.localIP());
  
  // Start streaming web server
  startCameraServer();
}

void loop() {
  
}

View raw code

Network Credentials

Insert your network credentials and the code should work straight away.

const char* ssid = "REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_SSID";
const char* password = "REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_PASSWORD";

How the Code Works

Let’s take a look at the relevant parts to control the servo motors.

Define the pins the servo motors are connected to. In this case, they are connected to the ESP32-CAM GPIOs 14 and 15.

#define SERVO_1 14
#define SERVO_2 15

Create Servo objects to control each motor:

Servo servoN1;
Servo servoN2;
Servo servo1;
Servo servo2;

You may be wondering why we are creating four Servo objects when we only have two servos. What happens is that the servo library we’re using automatically assigns a PWM channel to each servo motor (servoN1 → PWM channel 0; servoN2 → PWM channel 1; servo1 → PWM channel 2; servo2 → PWM channel 3).

The first channels are being used by the camera, so if we change those PWM channels’ properties, we’ll get errors with the camera. So, we’ll control servo1 and servo2 that use PWM channels 2 and 3 that are not being used by the camera.

Define the servos initial position.

int servo1Pos = 0;
int servo2Pos = 0;

Web Page

The INDEX_HTML variable contains the HTML text to build the web page. The following lines display the buttons.

<table>
  <tr><td colspan="3" align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('up');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('up');">Up</button></td></tr>
  <tr><td align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('left');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('left');">Left</button></td><td align="center"></td><td align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('right');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('right');">Right</button></td></tr>
  <tr><td colspan="3" align="center"><button class="button" onmousedown="toggleCheckbox('down');" ontouchstart="toggleCheckbox('down');">Down</button></td></tr>                   
</table>

When you click the buttons, the toggleCheckbox() JavaScript function is called. It makes a request on a different URL depending on the button clicked.

function toggleCheckbox(x) {
  var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
  xhr.open("GET", "/action?go=" + x, true);
  xhr.send();
}


Here are the requests made depending on the button that is being pressed:

Up:

/action?go=up

Down:

/action?go=down

Left:

/action?go=left

Right:

/action?go=right

Handle Requests

Then, we need to handle what happens when we get those requests. That’s what’s done in the following lines.

if(!strcmp(variable, "up")) {
  if(servo1Pos <= 170) {
    servo1Pos += 10;
    servo1.write(servo1Pos);
  }
  Serial.println(servo1Pos);
  Serial.println("Up");
}
else if(!strcmp(variable, "left")) {
  if(servo2Pos <= 170) {
    servo2Pos += 10;
    servo2.write(servo2Pos);
  }
  Serial.println(servo2Pos);
  Serial.println("Left");
}
else if(!strcmp(variable, "right")) {
  if(servo2Pos >= 10) {
    servo2Pos -= 10;
    servo2.write(servo2Pos);
  }
  Serial.println(servo2Pos);
  Serial.println("Right");
}
else if(!strcmp(variable, "down")) {
  if(servo1Pos >= 10) {
    servo1Pos -= 10;
    servo1.write(servo1Pos);
  }
  Serial.println(servo1Pos);
  Serial.println("Down");
}

To move a motor, call the write() function on the servo1 or servo2 objects and pass the angle (0 to 180) as an argument. For example:

servo1.write(servo1Pos);

setup()

In the setup(), set the servo motor properties: define the signal frequency.

servo1.setPeriodHertz(50); // standard 50 hz servo
servo2.setPeriodHertz(50); // standard 50 hz servo

Use the attach() method to set the servo GPIO and minimum and maximum pulse width in microseconds.

servo1.attach(SERVO_1, 1000, 2000);
servo2.attach(SERVO_2, 1000, 2000);

Set the motors to its initial position when the ESP32 first boots.

servo1.write(servo1Pos);
servo2.write(servo2Pos);

That’s pretty much how the code works when it comes to control the servo motors.

Testing the Code

After inserting your network credentials, you can upload the code to your board. You can use an FTDI programmer or an ESP32-CAM MB programmer. Read one of the following articles:

After uploading, open the Serial Monitor to get the board IP address.

ESP32-CAM Getting IP Address Serial Monitor

Note: if you’re using an FTDI programmer, don’t forget to disconnect GPIO 0 from GND before opening the Serial Monitor.

Open a browser and type the board IP address to get access to the web server. Click on the buttons and check on the Serial Monitor if everything seems to be working as expected.

ESP32-CAM Pan and Tilt Web Server Serial Monitor

If everything is working as expected you can wire the servo motors to the ESP32-CAM and continue with the project.

Circuit

After assembling the pan and tilt stand, connect the servo motors to the ESP32-CAM as shown in the following schematic diagram. We’re connecting the servo motor data pins to GPIO 15 and GPIO 14.

Wiring ESP32-CAM to Servo Motors Pan and Tilt Circuit Diagram

You can use a mini breadboard to assemble the circuit or build a mini stripboard with header pins to connect power, the ESP32-CAM, and the motors, as shown below.

ESP32-CAM Pan and Tilt Prototype Board

The following figure shows how the pan and tilt stands looks like after assembling.

ESP32-CAM Pan and Tilt Assembled

Demonstration

Apply power to your board. Open a browser and type the ESP32-CAM IP address. A web page with real-time video streaming should load. Click the buttons to move the camera up, down, left, or right.

ESP32-CAM Pan and Tilt Web Server Video Streaming Smartphone Arduino IDE

You can move the camera remotely using the buttons on the web page. This allows you to
monitor a different area accordingly to the camera position. This is a great solution for surveillance applications.

Wrapping Up

In this tutorial, you’ve learned how to build a pan and tilt web server with video streaming to control the ESP32-CAM.

Controlling servo motors with the ESP32-CAM is the same as controlling them using a “regular” ESP32. You can read the following tutorial to learn more about servo motors with the ESP32:

If you want to control your robot outside the range of your local network, you might consider setting the ESP32-CAM as an access point. This way, the ESP32-CAM doesn’t need to connect to your router. It creates its own wi-fi network, and nearby wi-fi devices like your smartphone can connect to it.

For more projects and tutorials with the ESP32-CAM:



Build Web Server projects with the ESP32 and ESP8266 boards to control outputs and monitor sensors remotely. Learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript and client-server communication protocols DOWNLOAD »

Build Web Server projects with the ESP32 and ESP8266 boards to control outputs and monitor sensors remotely. Learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript and client-server communication protocols DOWNLOAD »


Enjoyed this project? Stay updated by subscribing our weekly newsletter!

12 thoughts on “ESP32-CAM Pan and Tilt Video Streaming Web Server (2 Axis)”

  1. Vielen Dank für dieses Projekt. Ich bin vermutlich einer von vielen die danach gefragt haben und freue mich sehr das ihr es realisiert habt. Durch dieses Projekt werden die ESP32-CAMs besonders nützlich und ermöglichen mir ganz neue Einblicke in die Tier Welt.
    Nochmals Vielen Dank,
    Horst Ketter

    Translated:
    “Thank you for this project. I am probably one of many who asked about it and I am very happy that you have realized it. This project makes the ESP32-CAMs particularly useful and gives me completely new insights into the animal world.
    Thanks again,
    Horst Ketter”

    Reply
  2. It Works!!!

    Just finished this project and all works fine.
    I had trouble with another ESP32 Cam with pan and tilt hanging on me.
    I see you solved that problem by creating four servo objects, nice work!

    Thanks for sharing this with us!

    Reply
  3. Great, I have that Pan and Tilt gimball, including the servo’s exactly for this purpose, but had not gotten around to program it. Thanks for making it easy for me

    Reply
  4. Hi . thank you for this project. is there any way that transfer voice of enviroment with esp32-cam to webserver or webpage?
    thanks for attention
    regards

    Reply
  5. Thank you for this project. It works very well.
    Is there a safe way to be able to access it from out side the local network without opening any ports on the router.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Download our Free eBooks and Resources

Get instant access to our FREE eBooks, Resources, and Exclusive Electronics Projects by entering your email address below.