I don't think you will find many tutorials out there on how to connect Zynq up to USB cameras, but it is possible.
Since you are using Kinect, I am guessing that you would want to take advantage of the USB host connector on ZedBoard and run Linux so that you can get ahold of the video data using Linux drivers and pull that data into the PS memory space.
We did something similar for this demo seen here:
The USB webcam data is pulled in using v4l2 and the image processing is done using OpenCV. It is based upon the work that some very talented students at Bucknell University did with ZedBoard. You can find out more about their work here:
The demonstration shown in the video you mentioned is based on the Xilinx ZC702 Base TRD.
For more information on this design, as well as Xilinx wiki pages describing how to rebuild it, please refer to the following:
Hope this helps !
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I am trying to attach my xbox kinect to the zedboard and stream live video to a monitor.I found this video on youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPQSao98Ke4
This will be the stuff I would like to do but I wasn't able to find any good tutorials for it.
1. is the camera streamed directly to the PL fabric? If so where can i get a driver for it?
2. In the video, is everything done in the PL fabric or do ARM processors do sth as well?