The RGGBer project has been suspended. Please read the full update for information on refunds. Read the full update.
After some setbacks, RGGBer manufacture is restarting soon. Read the full update.
This update discusses the state of the project and demonstrates a use case for connecting a MIPI camera to RGGBer. Read the full update.
Parts shortages and Chinese New Year have caused some manufacturing delays. Read the full update.
Here's an update from the RGGBer campaign looking at some recent changes to the main board design. Read the full update.
Here's an update on our manufacturing progress so far. Read the full update.
RGGBer has fully funded, and the crowdfunding portion of the campaign has concluded successfully. Many thanks to all of you for your support! Read the full update.
In the last week of the campaign, this update takes a quick look at how RGGBer can be controlled remotely with its included Android app. Read the full update.
This update from the RGGBer team discusses how to use RGGBer for Assisted Driving Systems and how to connect a MIPI output camera. Read the full update.
With just under two weeks left, the RGGBer campaign is going strong, having met nearly 150% of our goal. In this update, we take a look at using multiple RGGBers to create a multi-camera network. Read the full update.
RGGBer provides both HMDI input and output channels. This makes RGGBer suitable for most real-time video processing projects. One example is the VPU (video processing unit) card described in this update. Read the full update.
RGGBer is fully funded! Many thanks to everyone for their support. To commemorate this milestone, this update takes a look back on the development history of the RGGBer project and how it got to where it is today. Read the full update.
RGGBer's FPGA processor board is an inexpensive dev tool with many potential applications beyond machine vision. Read the full update.
The RGGBer campaign is off to a great start. We’ve made 90% of our goal already. Keep spreading the word! In this update, we’re going to look more closely at a common use case for RGGBer: HD camera machine vision. Read the full update.
We are happy to announce that the new RGGBer Dev Kit campaign is now live. There are a limited number of early bird units available. Read the full update.
Good news for fans and backers of RGGBer, the Swiss Army Knife of embedded vision development! We're going to be relaunching on Crowd Supply soon. We've made some exciting changes to the project, including a new modular approach featuring a suite of daughter-boards and peripherals that you can add and combine to build your own custom imaging development solution. That's why we've renamed the project the RGGBer Dev Kit. For more details on what we've been up to, check out the full update. Read the full update.