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5 Posts authored by: phoenixcomm Top Member
OK, so now  I have gotten the BB AI up with its output on my tv. I have plugged in a Dell keyboard with a mouse into it as well. My ethernet cable is plugged in and active. I got a good deal for an Optrex 4x20 which has a ribbon cable attached to it. So I'm going to break out my Metcal and unsolder the ribbon cable, and then replace it with a 16 pin header into which I will plug I2C driver directly into the header. I think I will be limited on what I can see as I only have my webcam (USB) a ...
This project for me has been an adventure into blind alleys and wrong turns. First I did not get my BBAI on time it arrived late as it was sent to my old address. Then we had issues of not booting as I thought it was plugged into a USB 3 connector on the back of my computer (a power brick solved this issue). Then the lowly fan would not run, I took a 5vdc 500ma wall wart down to 1.5v. (almost looks like a dead short, the reason the voltage was so low was that current was so high. remember E=ixr ...
Element 14 came through again, with a Beaglebone AI, a fan and the ubiquitous stickers. This is one heck of an SBC, just to remind you what's in the beast is: Dual Arm® Cortex®-A15 microprocessor subsystem 2 C66x floating-point VLIW DSPs 2.5MB of on-chip L3 RAM 2x dual Arm® Cortex®-M4 co-processors 4x Embedded Vision Engines (EVEs) 2x dual-core Programmable Real-Time Unit and Industrial Communication SubSystem (PRU-ICSS) 2D-graphics accelerator (BB2D) subsystem Dual- ...
Vision Thing Enter Your Project for a chance to win an Oscilloscope Grand Prize Package for the Most Creative Vision Thing Project! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Update: The plan has changed a bit. By using the power of the BeagleBone AI, I can do a better job of facial recognition, and at faster speeds. Since I live in an apartment I have more than a few friends here, and they will be my guinea pigs. I can connect to my server via Wi ...
Vision Thing Enter Your Project for a chance to win an Oscilloscope Grand Prize Package for the Most Creative Vision Thing Project! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Ok, I want to use Facial Recognition for Smarthab front door entry. I will be using a Rasberry Pi and a Webcam as the basis of the project. So basically when you walk up to the front door the system will look at you take a frame or two and then if the face is in the Smarthab's ...