BY MESH team
Try controlling your iPad camera remotely using a Button Tag and a LED Tag.
Press the button once to trigger the shutter on the iPad’s rear camera.
Press the button twice and the LED will flicker and count down until the picture is taken.
Hold down the button to trigger the shutter on the iPad’s front camera.
First, place and connect the Button Tag and Camera Tag on MESH Canvas.
Tap the Camera Tag and set it to “Rear”.
This sets it up to take a picture with the rear camera when the button is pressed once.
The photograph will be saved to the iPad’s camera roll.
Place another Button Tag and tap it, set it to “Double”.
Next place a Timer Tag, set the Duration(Sec) to “3” and connect it to the Button Tag.
Place another Camera Tag and set it to “Rear.”
This makes the camera take a picture after three seconds when the button is pressed twice.
Place an LED Tag and tap it.
Set it to “Blink,” set its Duration(Sec) to “3”, just as with the Timer Tag, and connect it to the Button Tag so it acts as a countdown.
You can set the brightness and color to your preference.
Place yet another Button Tag, tap it, and set it to “Hold.”
Place another Camera Tag, set its position to “Front,” and connect it to the Button Tag, and it will take a picture with the iPad’s front camera when the button is held down.