With a WiFi-enabled board like the Espressif Kaluga, you can upload your image data to Adafruit IO. We made sure that this example works with the free version, so you can try it out even if you haven't upgraded to an IO+ subscription yet. New to Adafruit IO? Start with this guide to learn the basics.

Use CircuitPython 7.0.0-alpha.5 or newer for this project.
ESP32-S2 Kaluga Dev Kit featuring ESP32-S2 WROVER with TFT screen module, capacitive touch pads, speaker, camera and hardware.
The ESP32-S2-Kaluga-1 kit is a full featured development kit by Espressif for the ESP32-S2 that comes with everything but the kitchen sink! From TFTs to touch panels,...
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USB Type A Plug Breakout Cable with Premium Female Jumpers
If you'd like to connect a USB-capable chip to your USB host, this cable will make the task very simple. There is no converter chip in this cable! Its basically a...
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USB Type A Extension Cable
This handy USB extension cable will make it easy for you to extend your USB cable when it won't reach. The connectors are gold plated for years of reliability. We use these handy...
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The all-in-one Internet of Things service from Adafruit you know and love is now even better with IO+. The 'plus' stands for MORE STUFF! More feeds, dashboards,...
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