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March 1, 2011 AT 5:06 pm

ArduEye: Brutally minimalist (but quite fast) vision sensor using an Arduino

Arduino Rox1 Shield Tamlens

ArduEye: Brutally minimalist (but quite fast) vision sensor using an Arduino @ DIY Drones. Geoffrey writes –

We are finally having manufactured a “shield” board for the Arduino platform that interfaces a Centeye image sensor with an Arduino to form a true (if simple) “smart sensor”. This particular version is about a simple as you can make it


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1 Comment

  1. This could be so cool, i wish i could see a example code of this before i get it.

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