DragonBoard camera mezzanine board offers embedded vision starter kit

Arrow’s DragonBoard 410c camera kit combines D3 Engineering’s camera mezzanine board with a DragonBoard 410c development board to enable the development of lower power, higher-performance embedded vision applications and proof-of-concept prototypes.

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Arrow’s DragonBoard 410ccamera kit combines D3 Engineering’s camera mezzanine board with a DragonBoard 410c development board to enable the development of lower power, higher-performance embedded vision applications and proof-of-concept prototypes. The D3 camera mezzanine board provides developers direct MIPI CSI-2 access to camera data on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410E vision processor, eliminating the need to decode USB or Ethernet protocols for more realistic evaluation of camera performance, according to D3. The mezzanine board has two MIPI CSI-2 connections and expansion headers that provide access to additional Snapdragon processor interfaces including I2C, SPI, and UART.

In total, the DragonBoard 410c camera kit includes an ArrowBoard 410c development board, a D3 Engineering DesignCore Camera Mezzanine Board, one auto-focus micro camera module with 5 MPixel OmniVision OV5640 CMOS image sensor, a power supply, and Linux demonstration software.

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Contact: D3 Engineering
Headquarters: Rochester, NY, USA
Product: DragonBoard 410c camera kit
Key Features: ArrowBoard 410c development board, D3 Engineering DesignCore Camera Mezzanine Board, auto-focus micro camera module, power supply, and Linux demonstration software.

What D3 Engineering says:
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