StereoPi – Clever stereoscopic camera with Raspberry Pi

StereoPi – Clever stereoscopic camera with Raspberry Pi

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StereoPi is a clever stereoscopic camera with Raspberry Pi inside for computer vision learners, drone and robot builders. It is an Open source hardware and will launch on CrowsSupply soon.

To say briefly

  • This is a stereoscopic camera based on Raspberry Pi. It can capture stereoscopic image or video, save or livestream it, and process on-the-go for Computer Vision.
  • Friendly – works with a stock Raspbian, no need to be a Linux guru, all your existing Pi software/hardware projects just work.
  • Easy to start – lot of ready-to-use tools in Python, C, OpenCV.
  • Compact and comfortable for all stages of experiments starting from “on the table” tests and up to integration to the drone or robot.

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 90×40 mm
  • Supported Pi: CM3, CM3 Lite, CM1
  • Camera: 2 x CSI 15 lanes cable
  • GPIO: 40 classic raspberry PI GPIO
  • USB: 2 x USB type A, 1 USB on a pins
  • Ethernet: RJ45
  • Storage: Micro SD (for CM3 Lite)
  • Monitor: HDMI out
  • Power: 5V DC

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