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The Pixy2 is a low cost yet powerful camera that is capable of object recognition, line tracking and simple barcode reading. The device is the latest iteration of the Pixy Cam, a project built by Charmed Labs in conjunction with the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
With a variety of interfaces and lots of code libraries and samples the Pixy2 can be used with an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black or just about any computer, microcomputer or microcontroller.
In this video I will show you how the Pixy2 works, how to hook it up and how to train it using software called PixyMon which runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. I’ll then show you how to easily hook up your Pixy2 to an Arduino and run code to detect object, lines, intersections and simple barcodes.
Thanks to its onboard processor the coding for Pixy2 is very simple. It provides a very easy method of adding vision to your next Arduino or Raspberry Pi project.
Here is the table of contents for this video:
Pixy2 Introduction – 2:18
Pixy2 Unboxing – 5:53
Using PixyMon – 8:02
Color Signature Training – 14:01
Arduino Hookup – 20:32
CCC Hello World Demo – 21:48
Line Tracking Intro – 27:44
Line Hello World Demo – 29:24
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