Streamed Raspberry Pi camera helps bring High School Musical to life

Spencer Organ is not only a teacher, he’s also a key part of the technical team behind his school’s musical productions. Previously, he used a Raspberry Pi and UnicornHAT to accessorise a tin man in a production of The Wizard of Oz. This time, for High School Musical, his Pi development was more technical in nature. Spencer wanted to stream live video from the band playing the music to the front of the stage (so the kids could see the musical director) and also to the control room way at the back of the auditorium. To find out how he accomplished this, read more here.

4 comments for “Streamed Raspberry Pi camera helps bring High School Musical to life

  1. Bonzadog
    18 July 2017 at 9:20 am

    Interesting.

    Just to help me – is this school in America? — I assume it is
    because of the “High School” name or is this also now in the English language?

    • Mike
      18 July 2017 at 2:09 pm

      We talk English here too, ya know.

      • Bonzadog
        18 July 2017 at 2:56 pm

        Hi Mike,
        where is “here” in Internet that could be anywhere ?
        I hear a lot of Americanisms in British English, so much so ,I wonder how long it can be called British English.

        But this is an interesting project that I will heavily adapt for a little project of mine.-

    • Michael Horne
      18 July 2017 at 3:24 pm

      Oh, it’s a UK-based school. The show they were putting on is literally called “High School Musical” based on the film.

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