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Progress on V2!

A project log for VR Camera: FPGA Stereoscopic 3D 360 Camera

Building a camera for 360-degree, stereoscopic 3D photos.

Colin PateColin Pate 01/18/2021 at 02:060 Comments

Just wanted to post here that I've been working on V2 of this camera and have made significant strides in the on-camera optical flow pipeline, so check it out if you haven't yet! https://hackaday.io/project/165222-vr-camera-v2-fpga-vr-video-camera


For those who haven't seen it yet, V2 is an FPGA 360 video camera that's I'm developing to perform image warping, optical flow estimation, and image stitching all on-camera, in the FPGAs, in real time at 30fps. It's a much more advanced version of V1 (the project you're currently looking at) which simply captures raw bitmaps directly from the image sensors and saves them to a microSD card for later warping and stitching on a desktop PC.

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