This lesson starts with our core python code for launching the Raspberry Pi camera or a WebCam. You can get the starting code at our WEB site here:
In this video lesson we learn how to resize and move windows in OpenCV. This helps keep things organized as we are doing image processing and analysis. It lets us look at our images at intermediate stages, and keeps the desktop organized.
OK, now this is the gear I am using for my Jetson Nano project shown in today's video. Lots of folks have expressed interest in this project, so I will do a big tutorial series on it. It is good if we use identical hardware for the project, so links below will take you to the gear I am using. Make sure to get the V2 picam, which is what I linked to. The earlier picams will not work. Also, you can use USB keyboard and mouse if you do not want to spend for the wireless ones below.
You need a GOOD power supply:
You need a GOOD SD card:
I love this cool Acrylic case with fan:
Wireless Keyboard and Mouse that works with Jetson Nano:
I like to run with minimum wires, so I am running this wifi card, which works very well. If your budget is tight just use an Ethernet cable, as all my lessons will work with just an ethernet cable.
You guys can help me out over at Patreon, and that will help me keep my gear updated, and help me keep this quality content coming:
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I am Paul McWhorter from toptechboy.com and I will be putting together a series of tutorials on use of the Arduino microcontroller.