If you already captured images from the Raspberry Pi camera, you don't need to do this page twice.


The camera and touchscreen display are attached to the Raspberry Pi. Plug in the camera first, then the touchscreen. Be sure the Pi is not powered while assembling hardware.

Here are the links to instructions for the hardware we use in this guide:

  • Camera Install Instructions
  • Touchscreen Installation: The PiTFT just needs to be attached to the 2x20 header so that the board is stacked directly on top of the Pi. The PiTFT module should fit snugly enough in the header port that you shouldn't need to attach any spacers.

Stabilizing the camera

Attach the camera to a larger, more stable object so that it doesn't bounce around on the cable. I taped the camera to the box it shipped in, like so:


Follow the Initial Setup and TensorFlow Lite 2.0 Setup steps. You can stop when you reach the Running the Graphic Labelling Demo section.

This guide was first published on Jan 27, 2020. It was last updated on Jan 27, 2020.

This page (Raspberry Pi Setup) was last updated on Jan 09, 2020.

Text editor powered by tinymce.