Very little code is needed to take a photo. Just create a PyTt.Trigger object, and then use the shutter and/or focus methods with the desired duration (in ms).
tt = PyTt.Trigger()
Here's a simple time lapse script:
from time import sleep, clock
delay =1# initial delay
photosnum =10# photos to take
interval =3# seconds between photos
tt = PyTt.Trigger()print"Start!"
sleep(delay)for i inxrange(photosnum):print"Shot %04d! Time: %.2f"%(i+1, clock())
tt.shutter(100)# calculate time from the start, to avoid timing errors propagation
waittime =(i+1)* interval - clock()print" Waiting %.4f seconds..."%(waittime)
Obviously there are many more interesting ways to use it, controlling the PC or device connected to the Triggertrap Mobile
dongle remotely via Internet or Bluetooth, monitoring a webcam for scenes changes, waiting for commands via IM, etc.
If you develop any nice scripts that makes use of PyTt, or a nice GUI, let me know and I'll be more than glad to make
available a samples package, or link to other pages, etc.