Arduino Camera KitDesigned by hacromatic, Ships from United States of America
The HacroCam is a VGA image sensor kit for microcontrollers in an Arduino shield layout. You can use it to capture time lapse, send images directly to a tiny TFT display, and control image pixels...Read More…
The HacroCam is a VGA image sensor kit for microcontrollers in an Arduino shield layout. You can use it to capture time lapse, send images directly to a tiny TFT display, and control image pixels directly on the camera board. Multiple cameras can be hooked up to a single Arduino for doing stereo projects.
Not using an Arduino? No problem, just hook up power + I2C (at either 3.3V or 5V) and you're up and running.
There are lots of camera tutorials available at hacromatic.com/tutorials, including:
Free cross-platform viewing software is available for viewing images over a serial link. This is handy because the images arrive in native RGB format, completely uncompressed. The software can save images out in TGA (uncompressed) or JPG (compressed) format.
A complete Arduino library is also provided to give total control over the camera, including setting / getting the camera's internal register settings for more advanced customizations.
Finally, the entire project is open source hardware, for your hacking pleasure. For all tutorials, source code, and design files, visit hacromatic.com. Thanks for looking!
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