JeVois smart machine vision camera

JeVois Smart Machine Vision Camera

Open-source quad-core camera effortlessly adds powerful machine vision

to all your PC, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi projects.

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About JeVois

Open-source machine vision finally ready for prime-time in all your projects!

JeVois = video sensor + quad-core CPU + USB video + serial port, all in a tiny, self-contained package (28 cc or 1.7 cubic inches). Insert a microSD card loaded with the provided open-source machine vision algorithms (including OpenCV 3.2 and many others), connect to your desktop, laptop, and/or Arduino, and give your projects the sense of sight immediately.

Intro video from our January 2017 Kickstarter

1,375 backers pledged $108,397 to help bring this project to life (216% funded).

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Quick start, tutorials, downloads and resources

Get started quickly and download MicroSD images, developer kit images, hardware-related files, and more at JeVois Start.

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Intro doc

General introduction and core documentation

At the core of JeVois is a new C++17 machine vision framework combined with custom Linux kernel extensions, to simplify the tasks of grabbing images from a camera sensor and sreaming vision results to s PC over USB and/or to an Arduino over serial link.

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Vision Modules

Bundled machine vision modules

The JeVois team has already developed a broad collection of machine vision modules that run directly on the smart camera's embedded quad-core processor.

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Programmer Doc

Programmer documentation for vision modules

The 25+ machine vision modules bundled with JeVois provide great examples for how to write your own. Topics covered include using OpenCV and other machine vision libraries, using the onboard GPU for real-time image filters, using NEON multimedia instructions, using multi-threaded processing, and more.

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Community questions & answers

Ask questions and find answers about using and programming JeVois.

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