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Renesas Electronics Texas Instruments Guide & Comparatif caméras 360 - Quelle caméra 360 choisir ? Avant de foncer tête baissée dans tel ou tel choix de caméra 360°, vous devez savoir pour quelle raison vous désirez vous en procurer un et ainsi repérer quel critère vous séduit le plus. C’est à travers 6 critères primordiaux pour une caméra 360° que vous trouverez celle qui vous sied le plus. Le prix Autant mettre les pieds dans le plat tout de suite, le prix de la caméra 360° que vous voulez avoir reste un critère important. Si il y a quelques mois ces caméras 360° avaient des prix bien trop importants pour le grand public, ils sont aujourd’hui plus abordables. Mais abordables ne veut pas dire peu couteux. Autant dire qu’il faut investir un minimum pour avoir une caméra performante et c’est à travers les autres critères que vous pourrez faire le choix le plus optimal. Capteurs Les capteurs qui sont au nombre de deux minimum, peuvent atteindre des nombres à deux chiffres dans certaines caméras. Les règles pour les télévisions sont très différentes pour la réalité virtuelle et le 360°.

AVRISP mkII AVR XMEGA A Series 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A1U Microcontroller, 64KB Flash, 100-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A1U Microcontroller, 128KB Flash, 100-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A3U Microcontroller, 64KB Flash, 64-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A3U Microcontroller, 128KB Flash, 64-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A3U Microcontroller, 192KB Flash, 64-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A3U Microcontroller, 256KB Flash, 64-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A3BU Microcontroller, 256KB Flash, 64-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A4U Microcontroller, 16KB Flash, 44-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A4U Microcontroller, 32KB Flash, 44-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A4 Microcontroller, 64KB Flash, 44-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A4 Microcontroller, 128KB Flash, 44-pin, USB Full-speed Device 8/16-bit AVR XMEGA A1 Microcontroller, 64KB Flash, 100-pin AVR XMEGA B Series megaAVR

RasClock - Raspberry Pi Real Time Clock Module V3.0 RasClock is a highly accurate real-time clock that plugs directly into the Raspberry Pi and includes a battery backup. The module is installed directly into the GPIO header pins with no wiring or soldering. It uses the 3.3V, GND SDA and SCL pins. The module stays within the outline of the Raspberry Pi and sits lower than video output so can be easilly installed within most cases. Updated V3.0 - The Rasclock now features an 8 Pin Header input, so boards can be stacked on top! RasClock utilises the highly accurate NXP PCF2127AT chip and features: Very accurate timekeeping (typically ±3ppm or <2 minutes deviation per year). Why do I need a Real Time Clock for my Raspberry Pi? The Raspberry Pi is an ultra-small and ultra-low cost computer. The Raspberry Pi will simply revert back to the standard date and time settings (usually 30 November 1999) when the network connection is removed. How do I set it up? Set up is easy, simply follow the guide Outlined in the ModMyPi Raspberry Pi Tutorial Here!

Phidgets Inc. - Unique and Easy to Use USB Interfaces Camera Interface Specifications | MIPI Alliance MIPI CSI-2 and MIPI CSI-3 are the successors of the original MIPI camera interface standard, and both standards continue to evolve. Both are highly capable architectures that give designers, manufacturers – and ultimately consumers – more options and greater value while maintaining the advantages of standard interfaces. Evolving CSI-2 Specification The bandwidths of today’s host processor-to-camera sensor interfaces are being pushed to their limits by the demand for higher image resolution, greater color depth and faster frame rates. The mobile industry needs a standard, robust, scalable, low-power, high-speed, cost-effective camera interface that supports a wide range of imaging solutions for mobile devices. Additional details are available in the MIPI Camera CSI-2 Specification Brief. Design Continuity with CSI-2 The latest Camera Serial Interface 2 Specification (CSI-2 v1.3) offers higher interface bandwidth and greater channel layout flexibility than its predecessor. Scalability

Saleae Logic Goodbye frustration, hello fun. And for just $149, it's kind of a no brainer. Voltage range Logic accepts voltages from -.5V to 5.25V, and has standard CMOS thresholds of .8V for logic low, 2.0V for logic high. Comes complete Start debugging within 5 minutes of opening your new Logic; everything is included: An ultra-flexible 22AWG 64/40 wire harness, 9 high-quality micro-hook probes, a USB cable (2 meter mini-B to A), and a nice carrying case. Worry free Logic comes with a 2-year warranty. Top-notch support Email or call us anytime. Overview Logic is a logic analyzer used to record, view, and measure digital signals. Supported Protocols The Saleae software supports the following protocols: asynchronous serial, I2C, SPI, CAN, 1-Wire, UNI/O, I2S/PCM, MP Mode 9-bit Serial (i.e. Enclosure We love well made tools. Protection Logic’s inputs are protected against overvoltage conditions via current-limiting resistors and ultra-low-capacitance diode clamps.

Corporation - Microcontrollers, 32-bit, and touch solutions System-on-chip Complete Solutions - Sigma Designs Flying Cameras | Ambarella Ambarella A12D - Flying Camera SoC The Ambarella A12D Flying Camera SoC targets mainstream 1080p to 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) flying cameras. The A12D is a system-on-chip solution that integrates an advanced image sensor pipeline (ISP), an H.264 encoder, and a powerful ARM® Cortex™-A9 CPU. Targeting the next generation of connected flying cameras, the A12D chip delivers up to 4K video recording at 30 frames per second while streaming a second, live, mobile-resolution video over a WiFi network for preview or sharing. A hardware-accelerated 3-dimensional image stabilization engine with rolling shutter correction enables stable recording during windy or high-motion conditions. The A12D 800-MHz Cortex ARM A9 CPU provides ample performance for advanced camera, flight control, and streaming applications. For more detailed technical information, including data sheets, please contact your local Ambarella representative or submit your inquiry here: General Inquiries back to top ↑

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