Real-Time Video Stabilization Using Spresense #celebratephotography
From Karl Komierowski, Kamil Tomaszewski on Hackster.io:
Two video streams from the Spresense camera are shown on the TFT display. But one the stream is compensated for rotation/leaning of the Spresense board. The angle of rotation is calculated from the angle speed derived from a sensor add-on board containing a gyro which is mounted on top of the Spresense main board. A system like this could be used as a real-time stabilized camera.
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