Inspired by this question: How can I send images from a webcam using a Raspberry Pi?
The premise of the question is to use a Pi to send images from attached web cams to some point in the web. The ultimate goal of the OP is to create a self-driving car which is controlled or monitored (I think more the second) via an IoT platform in the web.
Why am I making a meta post of it?
After the last edit and the reopening of the question thereafter in strategically unfortunate time spans nine close votes have been cast, aged away, others have been cast, aged away and so forth. There were two leave open from the review queue as well. Nine close votes is quite a large amount of our close voter pool which led me to put the question on hold today.
However, in many other meta questions the IoT-ness or necessity of IoT use cases is mentioned for a question being on-topic. The OP does want to achieve something which seems very much like an IoT use case. It's just that he hasn't gotten quite to the point of having an IoT problem.
Either way the community apparently didn't feel strong enough to close the question without the help of hammering it shut.