node-v4l2camera - node module for capturing an image from USB(UVC) webcam on linux.

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Capturing images from USB(UVC) webcam on linux machines. "build/Release/v4l2camera.node" is exist after the build.

https://github.com/bellbind/node-v4l2camera

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nan : >=2.3.0

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