DepthAI

by Luxonis

An embedded platform for combining Depth and AI, built around Myriad X

Jun 18, 2020

New Spatial AI Capabilities & Multi-Stage Inference

We have a super-interesting feature-set coming to DepthAI: 3D feature localization (e.g. finding facial features) in physical space, parallel-inference-based 3D object localization, two-stage neural inference support. Read the full update.


Jun 10, 2020

DepthAI Now Supports the Raspberry Pi HQ Camera

More great news coming at you! We've accomplished so much so fast recently that it's hard to keep up with the updates. Over the weekend we wrote a driver for the IMX477 used in the Raspberry Pi HQ Camera. Read the full update.


Jun 05, 2020

Announcing DepthAI Experiments GitHub

We are excited to announce a new addition to the open-source DepthAI ecosystem: DepthAI Experiments. Read the full update.


May 26, 2020

Fighting COVID-19!

Hello DepthAI Fans! We're super excited to share that Luxonis DepthAI and megaAI are being used to help used to help fight COVID-19! How? To know where people are in relation to a Violet, Akara's UV-cleaning robot. Read the full update.


May 21, 2020

Announcing megaAI Campaign

Introducing megaAI! Luxonis has made a new product dubbed megaAI and we're launching a new Crowd Supply campaign today. What is it? A MEGA-powerful yet physically-tiny 4k/60 camera powered by the machine learning technology behind DepthAI. Read the full update.


Apr 29, 2020

Open Hardware

As promised, we have open sourced the DepthAI hardware! Now you can integrate the power of DepthAI into your custom prototypes and products at the board level. Read the full update.


Apr 23, 2020

Custom Training & Other Progress

We're continuing to work hard on DepthAI resources, so we have an exciting slew of updates for you! Most importantly, we now have a Custom Training Tutorial which uses Google Colab, so you can train your own custom models for DepthAI completely for free. Read the full update.


Apr 20, 2020

New Product & Delivery Status

From all of us here at Luxonis we hope you are all staying healthy and our hearts are out to any of you who may be suffering during this pandemic. We have a new DepthAI product available - USB3 with Onboard Cameras - and are happy to announce that pending pre-orders will be shipping soon. Read the full update.


Mar 27, 2020

Multi-Device Support

We just got multi-DepthAI support working yesterday and successfully tested today! We're working with Akara.ai to make a UV-based cleaning robot to help fight COVID-19 to clean public spaces without having to risk infecting people. And to clean things (like sensitive medical equipment) which can't be cleaned chemically. Read the full update.


Feb 11, 2020

Shipping Begins Next Week

We've packed and shipped your hardware to Crowd Supply and put the finishing touches on the software. Crowd Supply will be shipping out your orders next week. Now is a good time to check your shipping address and update it if needed. Read the full update.


Feb 10, 2020

Live help via our Slack community

We know you'll have questions as you get started, so we thought: why not create a Slack Community for our backers? So, we did! Read the full update.


Feb 05, 2020

Hardware Builds Complete

We have now finished doing assembly and tests on all of the units. Read the full update.


Jan 03, 2020

USB3 and SoM PCB Assembly Complete

An update on which PCBAs are finished and which are still being assembled. This year, Chinese New Year is January 18th through February 2nd. Our strategy on fulfillment is (and has been) to conclude all the China-involved production prior to January 11th, doing the remainder of the full-system assembly and test in the United States while China is offline. It looks like we're still on schedule to hit this, but it going to be close! Read the full update.


Dec 30, 2019

Goal Adjustment and Production Progress

We're adjusting the goal to account for a couple post-funding cancellations. More importantly, we are making great progress on production so far. The bare PCBs for everything are completed and under assembly now. Check out some pictures of the incoming hardware and bare PCBs! Read the full update.


Dec 19, 2019

Everything Ordered

Hi DepthAI Fans! So we ordered the last of everything for our first production run last Friday (December 13th). Read the full update.


Dec 12, 2019

Power and Stability Comparison

So we got great news from one of our Alpha testers. They are using the DepthAI: System on Module (SoM) in their own custom board and have reported infinitely better stability and 1W less power use. Read on for details. Read the full update.


Dec 11, 2019

Funding Goal Change

We're confident in the success of the future of DepthAI - so we're adjusting our funding goal. Here is why. Read the full update.


Dec 10, 2019

New Features

We've been hard at work adding support for various network architectures through our Python API. Check out our progress on object detector models, neural models, and more! Read the full update.


Dec 06, 2019

Human Level Perception

So we wanted to share a bit of the background on object detection, our experience with it, and why we made DepthAI to allow object localization. Read the full update.


Dec 03, 2019

Object Detection vs. Localization

Out of the questions we've received in the campaign so far, we've realized that we haven't done a great job of showing what object detection is vs. object localization. So we made an animation to clarify! Also, yesterday we kicked off our first large production run of the DepthAI SoM. Read the full update.


Nov 25, 2019

Progress & Pre-Alpha Feedback

Over the past week the DepthAI team has been busy with a slew of efforts. Read the full update.


Nov 18, 2019

Demo with Integrated Raspberry Pi

Today we share some examples of the power and convenience of having an integrated Raspberry Pi in DepthAI. The great thing about having the integrated Raspberry Pi is that it works with so many peripherals cleanly. An example of this is live-demoing DepthAI in Dublin last week, plugging DepthAI directly into the projector for the first time live during the presentation. And it went without a hitch. Read the full update.


Nov 07, 2019

Backstory - Commute Guardian

The 'why' of the DepthAI (that satisfyingly rhymes) is we're actually shooting for a final product which we hope will save the lives of people who ride bikes, and help to make bike commuting possible again for many. What we envisioned is a technology-equivalent of a person riding backwards on your bike holding a fog horn and an ambulance-LED strip, who would tap you on the shoulder when they noticed a distracted driver, and would use the LED strip and the horn judiciously to get the attention of distracted drivers - to get them to swerve out of the way. Video demos included! Read the full update.


Nov 03, 2019

We're Live!

This campaign is now live! DepthAI is a platform built around the Myriad X to combine depth perception, object detection (neural inference), and object tracking that gives you this power in a simple, easy-to-use Python API. It's a one-stop shop for folks who want to combine and harness the power of AI, depth, and tracking. Read the full update.


$51,908 raised

of $1 goal

Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$399

DepthAI: RPi Compute Module Edition

Complete DepthAI system including Raspberry Pi Compute Module, microSD card pre-loaded with Raspbian and DepthAI Python interface. Boots up running object localization demo. Just connect to power and an HDMI display.


$299

DepthAI: USB3 Onboard Camera Edition

This DepthAI variant interfaces over USB3C to the host, allowing use with your (embedded) host platform of choice, including the Raspberry Pi and other popular embedded hosts.


$199

DepthAI: USB3 FFC Edition

DepthAI for the host of your choice. Runs on anything that runs OpenVINO (a lot of things), including Mac OS X, Linux (Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, CentOS, Yocto), and Windows 10.


$115

DepthAI: System on Module

Allows you to integrate the power of DepthAI into your own products. Supports 3 cameras total; dual 720p, 120 Hz Global Shutter and one 4K, 60 Hz Color connected through a 100-pin board-to-board connector. All power conditioning/sequencing, clock synthesis for the Myriad and the cameras, and boot sequencing is included in the module. Just provide 5 V power and physical connections to cameras.


$99

4K, 60 Hz Video Modular Color Camera


$99

720p, 120 Hz Global Shutter Modular Stereo Camera Pair

Credits

Luxonis

Brandon quit his job at Ubiquiti leading the UniFi team in order to focus on embedded machine learning and computer vision. He misses the UniFi team. But he just had to try this, as he thinks it's the future!


Brandon Gilles


MacroFab

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Prototype Fabrication

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