Raspberry Pi enthusiasts patiently waiting for the arrival of the new open source stereoscopic camera-based Raspberry Pi dual camera board, will be pleased to know that virt2Real is now taking orders for the StereoPi via the Crowd Supply website.
Previously unveiled earlier this month the StereoPi is an open source stereoscopic camera based on Raspberry Pi. It can capture, save, livestream, and process real-time stereoscopic video and images. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more.
StereoPi opens up countless possibilities in robotics, AR/VR, computer vision, drone instrumention, panoramic video, and more. StereoPi is a carrier board for a Raspberry Pi Compute Module and is compatible with all compute module variants: CM1, CM3 (normal and Lite), and CM3+ (normal and Lite).
– Dimensions: width x length: 90 mm x 40 mm height: 23 mm (standard edition) / 15 mm (slim edition)
– Video: input: two 15-pin CSI-2 camera connectors output: HDMI
– Camera Support: Raspberry Pi camera V1 (OV5647 sensor) Raspberry Pi camera V2 (Sony IMX 219 sensor) HDMI video capture module (single mode, on Toshiba TC358743XBG chip)
– Connectivity: GPIO: 40-pin classic Raspberry Pi header
– USB: 2 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB pin header
– Ethernet: RJ45 jack
– Storage: microSD card slot (accessed by Raspberry Pi CM3/3+ Lite)
– Power: 5 VDC input via two-pin header manual power switch
– Software: firmware update via Micro USB connector runs standard Raspbian excellent Python support tons of example code
To place an order for the StereoPi hardware from $69 jump over to the Crowd Supply website by following the link below.
Source: Crowd SupplyFiled Under: Camera News, Hardware, Top News