Hi DepthAI backers!
Our update covers a few topics this week. First up, we made a quick video guide on using PyCharm with DepthAI. Then, a first look at the Raspberry 4 Compute Module Edition prototype. Finally, we are also about to order our first POE DepthAI Onboard Cameras edition, so we are asking for your feedback!
Hello to the Spatial AI/CV Crowd!
We wanted to share a quick update on using PyCharm. One of our backers brought up how nice the PyCharm tool is and asked for help setting it up for use with DepthAI.
So we made a quick video showing how to do so (once we figured it out):
We’ll circle back later on with some updates on using DepthAI with PyFlow as well.
We wanted to share the quick update that the Raspberry 4 Compute Module Edition first-prototype PCB fabrication is complete:
We are also about to order our first POE DepthAI Onboard Cameras edition.
Any/all feedback on the design is appreciated, as we haven’t ordered yet (just quoting now), so feedback now is easy to incorporate.
why of this design is to allow plug/play installation of DepthAI in real-world/outdoor environments exposed to water, harsh environments, etc.
So it is IP67 sealed, with the only external connector being a RJ-45/Ethernet connection which has a IP67 cable gland.
The Luxonis Team
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