Some animals and insects are able to see in UV and IR. For example, IR vision helps some snakes see their prey in the dark. And UV vision helps insects find flowers. Both UV and IR are invisible to humans. Unless those humans have HQ cameras! Read the full update.
You can now become a beta tester for the Oculus Quest application and for our SLP v2 Raspberry Pi OS image. We also have some manufacturing-related news! Read the full update.
We are 193% funded! But you still have two days left to pick up your StereoPi v2 products at these reduced, crowdfunding-only prices! Read the full update.
This update focuses on the various design decisions that make our HQ-camera housing so effective: CNC machining, IR filtering, vertical-alignment calibration, and more! Read the full update.
What can you do with stereoscopic vision, neural networks, and a 5-watt laser? Well, it turns out you can defend plants from weeds...or yourself from mosquitos! No joke. Read the full update.
We've published a 3D model of StereoPi v2. If you are designing your own enclosure—or trying to guess whether or not this new version will fit your robot—here you go! Read the full update.
Many of the questions we hear most often from our backers have to do with the new Raspberry Pi HQ Camera. So, this update provides a brief comparison of the V2 and HQ cameras. It also offers a few tips on how to use the HQ Camera's new optics features in your stereoscopy experiments. Read the full update.
We are glad to announce that our StereoPi v2 stereoscopic camera campaign is live! The v2 uses the CM4 with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. It's available in board-only configurations, as a camera kit, and there's an option for a new metal housing. These are all requests straight from our backers! Take a look at the full list of features on the campaign page. Read the full update.
The first open source iCE40 FPGA development board designed for teachers and students
An open video development board in a PCI express form factor that supports overlaying content on encrypted video signals. Let's bring open video to the digital age!
An open source stereoscopic camera based on Raspberry Pi