DepthAI

by Luxonis

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

View all updates Nov 18, 2019

Demo with Integrated Raspberry Pi

Hi everyone,

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. Thank you Raspberry Pi.

Despite never having seen this room before, let alone the projector, and being in the EU (where even the power is different physically and electrically), I was confident that DepthAI would ‘just work’. Confident enough that we tested whether it would work live during the presentation.

And it did ‘just work’. The ‘why’ and ‘how’ is that the Raspberry Pi has been deployed in so many permutations, with so many types of hardware, that drivers have been developed - and field hardened - for just about everything. So that enables you to do something as crazy as live-demoing your hardware, having never plugged it in before. :-)

And this goes beyond presenting, it makes it trivial to get hardware working in the field. Below is an example - just provide power, and optionally (if you want to see results), a display:

And actually one of our Alpha testers (Jonathan) had this exact Adafruit display already in his lab, so he went ahead and built a mount for DepthAI and the display, to make using this in the field easier:

Adafruit DepthAI Mount

Adafruit DepthAI Mount

You can also check out a more basic mount and a more-detailed case for the two.

Cheers,
Brandon & The Luxonis Team


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$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


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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


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