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News Nvidia launches Jetson Nano Pi-alike AI boards

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 19 Mar 2019.

  1. bit-tech

    bit-tech Supreme Overlord Staff Administrator

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    Looks like you need the module for the full camera array breakout (dev board only exposes two CSI lanes). This looks like by far the cheapest option for synced multi-camera with offloaded processing (thrsholding and centroid location) for motion tracking. Really wish I had one of these a decade ago to replace a wall of desktops and hacked USB webcams!
     
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    NVidia says they can outrun a Pi?
    For 130 I would certainly hope so.
     
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    Nvidia says it can outrun a Pi with an Intel Neural Compute Stick attached. That's kinda key, there: the Pi is £30, the Neural Compute Stick is another £84 on top of that. When you're using an NCS, all the Pi's processor is doing is feeding the thing work; all the heavy lifting is on the NCS. It's also not £130: it's £101.50 including shipping direct from Nvidia, which means it's both faster and cheaper.
     
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