Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor

Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor

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Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor

Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor

Description:

  • Charmed Labs Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor
  • Smaller and faster (60 frames per second) than the previous version (Pixy1)
  • New “line following” mode with custom algorithms for detecting and tracking lines
  • Improved PixyMon software (PC/Mac/Linux application)

The Charmed Labs Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor is smaller, faster and more capable than the original Pixy.  Like its predecessor, Pixy2 can learn to detect objects that you teach it, just by pressing a button.  Additionally, Pixy2 has new algorithms that detect and track lines for use with line-following robots.  The new algorithms can detect intersections and “road signs” as well. The road signs can tell your robot what to do, such as turn left, turn right, slow down, etc.

Charmed Labs Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor

If you want your robot to perform a task such as picking up an object, chasing a ball, locating a charging station, etc., and you want a single sensor to help accomplish all of these tasks, then vision is your sensor. Vision (image) sensors are useful because they are so flexible. With the right algorithm, an image sensor can sense or detect practically anything. But there are two drawbacks with image sensors: 1) they output lots of data, dozens of megabytes per second, and 2) processing this amount of data can overwhelm many processors. And if the processor can keep up with the data, much of its processing power won’t be available for other tasks.

Charmed Labs Pixy 2 CMUcam5 Image Sensor

Pixy2 addresses these problems by pairing a powerful dedicated processor with the image sensor. Pixy2 processes images from the image sensor and only sends the useful information (e.g. purple dinosaur detected at x=54, y=103) to your microcontroller. And it does this at frame rate (60 Hz). The information is available through one of several interfaces: UART serial, SPI, I2C, USB, or digital/analog output. So your Arduino or other microcontroller can talk easily with Pixy2 and still have plenty of CPU available for other tasks.

60 frames per second
What does “60 frames per second” mean? In short, it means Pixy2 is fast. Pixy2 processes an entire image frame every 1/60th of a second (16.7 milliseconds). This means that you get a complete update of all detected objects’ positions every 16.7 ms. At this rate, tracking the path of falling/bouncing ball is possible. (A ball traveling at 40 mph moves less than a foot in 16.7 ms.) If your robot is performing line following, your robot will typically move a small fraction of an inch between frames.

Specifications:

New features added to Pixy2

  • Pixy2 detects lines, intersections and small barcodes, intended for line-following robots
  • Improved framerate – 60 frames-per-second
  • Tracking algorithms have been added to color-based object detection
  • Improved and simplified libraries for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other controllers
  • Integrated light source

Features like the original Pixy

  • Small, fast, easy-to-use, low-cost, readily-available vision system
  • Learns to detect objects that you teach it
  • Connects to Arduino with included cable. Also works with Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone and similar controllers
  • All libraries for Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc. are provided
  • C/C++ and Python are supported
  • Communicates via one of several interfaces: SPI, I2C, UART, USB or analog/digital output
  • Configuration utility runs on Windows, MacOS and Linux
  • All software/firmware is open-source GNU-licensed
  • All hardware documentation including schematics, bill of materials, PCB layout, etc. are provided

Technical

  • Lens type: Standard M12
  • Processor: NXP LPC4330, 204 MHz, dual core
  • Image sensor: Aptina MT9M114, 1296×976 resolution with integrated image flow processor
  • Lens field-of-view: 60 degrees horizontal, 40 degrees vertical
  • Power consumption: 140 mA typical
  • Power input: USB input (5V) or unregulated input (6V to 10V)
  • RAM: 264K bytes
  • Flash: 2M bytes
  • Available data outputs: UART serial, SPI, I2C, USB, digital, analog
  • Dimensions:1.5” x 1.65” x 0.6”
  • Weight: 10 grams
  • Integrated light source, approximately 20 lumens
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