Improved stereo depth synchronization - improving overall depth quality - and in particular improving quality under fast motion.
Enabled a USB2 only mode to allow use of longer cables and resolve issues some Linux distros and hardware permutations have with USB3
Updated our firmware and software to support OpenVINO 2020.1.
Released an open-source regression-testing script (which can help users see various use-cases of the DepthAI API
Implemented support for Mac OS X / HomeBrew (which is awesome, it's my new favorite feature).
Implemented a C++-level watchdog and monitors and recovers should something go wrong w/ the device (say if someone hits the reset button on the board during your big demo, the system will just recover without your code crashing - it will just see a delay while it recovers).
Implemented a host-side supervisor which automatically makes DepthAI recover from exceptions at the Python level. Accidentally don't catch a NaN going into a plot? No problem, DephtAI will do that for you.
Open Sourced the C++ DepthAI API. This enables pip install support directly, which we'll be working on.
Fixed a USB3 issue with the Raspberry Pi 4. Now you can happily use full USB3 speed with the Raspberry Pi 4.