A project I’m starting requires a camera + IMU /gyroscope to track a camera orientation /position and overlay sprites onto live video in 3d space; all while fitting in a mobile low power packages.
This points me to microcontroller computer vision; and it seems openmv is the only way to go or trying to manually port opencv algorithms over which is out of my depth.
We can use the same STM32F427 microcontrollers as your old M4 hardware, but the camera sensor might have to vary.
My questions about openmv:
- can openmv running on the cortex-M4 support tracking a sprite onto live video in 2d/3d.
- is openmv suitable for our own custom board, as long as we use the same M4 chip; but with maybe a different camera sensor
- any examples of bypassing the micropython layer and interfacing with your library directly in C/C++
very sorry if our requirements are too vague, I have zero experience in computer vision but some experience in embedded development.
Seeing as you no longer sell the M4 version even prototyping we would have to build our own board right? Has anyone undertaken a similar task in these forums?