So we're now in progress laying out our first revision of DepthAI for Raspberry Pi. This is the one that has a slot for a Raspberry Pi Compute Module (3B+).
First, pictures of the layout as it's progressing now, and then the brief specs:
So in short our Myriad X module (the BW1099) pops on the front of the board, the Raspberry Pi Compute Module pops on the back, and the two global-shutter cameras are on front for depth, along with the 12MP color sensor which supports 4K video output (H.264 encoded) to the Raspberry Pi as well.
And for the full specs:
- HDMI Connector
- CM3 Connector
- LAN9513 for 3x USB 2.0 HUB & Ethernet (10/100)
- 2x USB
- 1x USB slave input to accommodate USB boot config from CMIO (might remove later)
- 1x hard-wired USB 2.0 lane to Myriad X module
- 1x Ethernet
- Standard Raspberry Pi header
- Display connector (same as RPI 3 B+)
- Rpi Camera connector (same as RPI 3 B+)
- This is so you could use the board w/out our image sensors if they want… i.e. this is like ‘embedded NCS2’ version.
- Sd-card slot
- Standard 3.5mm audio jack
- Three onboard cameras:
- 1 x color; 12 MP: IMX378
- 2 x grayscale for depth; 1MP each: OV09282 (used for disparity depth and feature tracking)
- BW1099 Connector (this is our Myriad X module, the BW1099)
We're hoping to sell the whole package in late September for $199 and will be launching a CrowdSupply page soon (to help get the necessary volume order to drive the cost down).
The Luxonis Team