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StereoPi can be used by beginners for the very first steps into Computer Vision, but it is also used in top notch solutions, like this one for AI drones! The code is extremely optimized, and special AI-accelerating hardware is used. Also, exciting news, the StereoPi V2 is coming! Click through to the full update for more information. Read the full update.
Sometimes you need to take synchronized shots with a couple (or ten) StereoPi. For example, for 3D object reconstruction, to create animated multi-view GIFs, or even to create "The Matrix" style "bullet time" 360 degree videos. In this article, we described an advanced and scalable solution to achieve this. Read the full update.
Did you know, that V2 Pi cameras has a crypto chip onboard? How this chip affects on a cameras compatibility, and how this is related to NVIDIA Jetson Nano? Read the full update.
Today we have two articles. StereoPi as USB device, and how Raspberry Pi is used to filming life at depths of several kilometers Read the full update.
Today we have a new article for you and some info on Compute Module issues. Read the full update.
Read the full update to learn how StereoPi inspired Dave B. to create Blinky, a camera case that can walk, talk, and be useful. Read the full update.
10 minutes, and you have a case for any of your experiments! Read the full update.
In this update we want to share some interesting projects makers did with the Stereopi. Read the full update.
DIY VR headset as a StereoPi companion. A lot of tricks, but 10ms latency and $135 total costs well worth it! Read the full update.
The StereoPi Field Report Grand Prix contest has ended and it’s time to announce the winners! Read the full update for the details about these prize-winning projects. Read the full update.
The Stereomaton went live at Festival Teriaki event in Le Mans, France. Read the full update to see how it fared. Read the full update.
Read the full update to learn how a team put together a uniquely low-cost archaeological survey drone using StereoPi as a sensor package. Read the full update.
Read the full update to see how you can make a minimalist case for the StereoPi using parts you probably already have laying around. Read the full update.
Read the full update to learn how folk at Haum Hackerspace built a cool custom case for the Stereo Pi-based Stereomaton camera. Read the full update.
To help you to avoid some brand new bugs in the latest Raspbian Linux update, we created ready-to-use Raspbian image based on Buster. And published KiCad schematics of the StereoPi board! Read the full update.
We have a lot of orders, a lot of deliveries, and a lot of questions from backers. Let's answer them all! Read the full update.
Learn how a hacker group in France used StereoPi to create a self-serve stereo-photo-booth for events. Read the full update.
Let us know about your StereoPi-based project for a chance to share it with the world and win special camera kits and more. Read the full update to find out how to submit your Field Report. Read the full update.
(29 of July) part of our batch arrived to Crowd Supply stock. Read the full update.
This update includes the current shipping timeline and thoughts on why trade war is always bad (especially for startupers)! Read the full update.
The second StereoPi batch is being manufactured, we have CM3+ available again, and we've recorded 3 new video guides! Read the full update.
A second article on stereocopic photograhy is out, our StereoPi Livestream Playground (S.L.P.) Raspbian image has been updated, and the Wiki has been updated with GPIO pinouts and more. Read the full update.
Responding to backer questions, we explain the difference between using Raspberry Pi Compute *Lite* Modules with a microSD and the non-Lite Computer Modules with eMMC. We also follow up on our Skybox protocol hack. Read the full update.
A lot of backers have already started their first experiments with the StereoPi. In this update, we'll answer the most popular questions, post an intro to the art of stereoscopic photography, announce our next experiments, and show off something we hacked especially for you. Read the full update.
Crowd Supply has started to send parcels out to backers. Plus links to our new forum and the existing wiki. Read the full update.
Crowd Supply has received the first shipment of StereoPi boards for fulfillment! The rest from this batch are expected to arrive next week. Now is the time to check your shipping address in your Crowd Supply account and update it if necessary. Read the full update.
For all students of OpenCV, we just released our code, ready-to-use Raspbian image, and a simple tutorial. Also, an update from the factory floor. Read the full update.
Our batch production is currently underway. Here's a brief update on the current status. Read the full update.
You may hear the term "risk management" from people in suits, giving an interview or just throwing around some clever words on financial channels. All it means is that you think about as many bad scenarios as possible, and plan for them accordingly. We did this analysis before crowdfunding, and, as you may expect, we were unable to predict them all. Read the full update.
All Deluxe Kits with CM3+ were sold out, but we have more now. Read the full update.
There are three days left in the campaign. You can still order your StereoPi, even the limited edition Deluxe Kit with the newest CM3+ Lite! Also, we'll tell you how to obtain a wide-angle V2 camera, and whether you can use V1 and V2 together on the StereoPi. Read the full update.
How to use Skype with the StereoPi as a 3D camera, livestream video to an Android phone without Wi-Fi or Ethernet, and more new features of our StereoPi Livestream Playground (SLP) Raspbian image. Read the full update.
An undocumented StereoPi feature, RPi CM1 power specifics, RPi CM3+ support, and device tree sources. Read the full update.
StereoPi is funded! Here are answers to some frequently asked questions, plus source files for the mechanical drawings of StereoPi. Read the full update.
On our campaign page, you can see a group of stereoscopic video livestreaming experiments, including with YouTube, Oculus Go, and first-person-view drones. Behind the scenes, we did a lot of other livestream experiments with translation video to Mac, Windows, Android phones, and RTMP servers. Read the full update.
We are pleased to announce the launch of StereoPi, a hacker-friendly, easy-to-use, affordable tool for all 3D-video-related projects. Read the full update.
First factory 20 prototypes have been assembled and passed all tests. Read the full update.
Factory batch production is time consuming. So we decided to take first a step earlier to save the production time of a full batch after the campaign concludes. Read the full update.