Xue sensor selection query
andres.calderon at emqbit.com
Thu Nov 18 07:17:46 EST 2010
2010/11/18 Andrés Calderón <andres.calderon at emqbit.com>
> On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 6:00 AM, Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang at sharism.cc> wrote:
>> thanks for writing!
>> > I'd noticed that the sensor page on Xué indicated that the Aptina
>> > MT9M033C12STC was currently being sampled (tested?), and was wondering
>> > whether any of the other sensors had been tested
> A comparison of some sensors:
> We gave priority to the sensitivity of the sensor (up to 120db!).
> The sensor in action:
Aptina HDR Demo Video:
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>> We have placed a firm order for 30 of those sensors, and expect to
>> get them in mid-December. Expensive ICs, we paid 18.90 USD / sensor!
>> If we get them, I'm sure we will build the first cameras with those
>> sensors, and will try to unlock the full potential of these ICs with
>> free software for quite some time, maybe a year or more?
>> > especially those with higher resolution.
>> What is good about higher resolution?
>> > OV14810, for example, looks interesting.
>> What parameters do you look at in a sensor? Can you tell us a bit
>> more about your use case, what you have in mind with Xué?
>> > On the point of adding a second sensor, will a only a single sensor type
>> > be supported via on-board circuitry? (I suppose the supplied Ethernet
>> > could be used for attaching a variety of second sensor modules; e.g.,
>> > Elphel.)
>> How do you want to attach another sensor via Ethernet? Sure with
>> Ethernet you could connect to other IP cameras, including Elphel, but
>> that would be at a very different level from getting sensor data into
>> an FPGA.
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