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Travis Young replied to siva karthik's discussion Availability in India
"We have enabled shipping to India on the website.  We ship by USPS Priority Mail, which claims to take 6-10 business days."
Sep 6, 2012
Travis Young replied to Todd Watson's discussion Availability
"John, The ArduEye Rocket Shield and Stonyman Breakout Boards are in stock and available for purchase on our website.  Please contact us again if you have any questions."
Aug 13, 2012
Travis Young posted a blog post

A 350mg, Omnidirectional 6DOF Optical IMU/Optical Flow Sensor

The ArduEye prototype (left) and the finished sensor (right)  In a previous post, I demonstrated that the ArduEye platform could be used to prototype a 6DOF vision system for optical flow odometry. The goal is to make a vision…See More
Apr 27, 2012
Travis Young posted a blog post

WFOV 6-DOF Vision System for Optical Flow Odometry using ArduEye and Arduino

 As a participant in the Harvard University Robobees Project, our primary task at Centeye is to develop a vision sensor system that will fit into a small flying robot about 2cm in size. The target weight budget for the vision system is 25 milligrams. While we still have a ways to go before achieving this, we are continually looking for new techniques to minimize the…See More
Mar 20, 2012
AdrienB commented on Travis Young's blog post CYE32 Features Video
"I think such a sensor would be very interesting. Especially if a code libraries make it easy for the user to extract the optic-flow signals for each desired region. I would be very interested to test a sample if you have spare boards ! Cheers, Adrien"
Jan 3, 2012
Travis Young commented on Travis Young's blog post CYE32 Features Video
"Thanks Randy, I like the look of your new sensor!"
Dec 1, 2011
Geoffrey L. Barrows commented on Travis Young's blog post CYE32 Features Video
"Randy- You have done everyone a favor by getting that sensor out. I'm sure you are getting orders from all over the place."
Dec 1, 2011
Randy Mackay commented on Travis Young's blog post CYE32 Features Video
"Very impressive. and very small! I've been away for a bit working on my own sensor based on a mouse and can confirm that there's a market out there for an optical flow sensor! :-) The high resolution (which could make it…"
Nov 27, 2011
Hari commented on Travis Young's blog post Introducing the new CYE32 open source sensors
"Hi Travis,I'm working on 3-Dimensional position (linear motion) tracking(ex: In-air mouse). If it is possible for you to design the board to get position resolution<3mm , accuracy and fast update-rate(>50Hz) .We desperately need it as…"
Mar 2, 2011
Travis Young posted a blog post

Introducing the new CYE32 open source sensors

Hello Everyone,Below I've posted layouts of the new CYE32 open source sensors, based around the Atmel at32uc3b1256 32-bit microcontroller.  The CYE32 line offers a significant performance increase over the CYE8 line of sensors, features an external 12-bit ADC, and uses the same microcontroller that we are using in the…See More
Feb 4, 2011
Travis Young is now a member of Embedded Eye
Oct 12, 2010

Profile Information

Hometown
Rockville, MD
About me
Centeye Engineer
What are your interests related to embedded eyes / vision?
I've been an engineer at Centeye since December of 2008. My primary focus has been achieving Hover-In-Place (HIP) capability with a Blade mCX helicopter system and a flexible ring of 8 vision sensors. I've also designed the current 8-bit and 32-bit sensor systems.
Tell us about your technical background
*Bachelors of Electrical Engineering 2007, UMCP
*Currently working on Masters of Electrical Engineering, UMCP
*Centeye employee since December 2008
Technical interest
optics, image sensor chips, vision hardware, image processing, ground robotics, airborne robotics, sensor networks

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A 350mg, Omnidirectional 6DOF Optical IMU/Optical Flow Sensor

The ArduEye prototype (left) and the finished sensor (right)

 

 

In a previous post, I demonstrated that the ArduEye platform could be used to prototype a…

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Posted on April 27, 2012 at 4:00pm

WFOV 6-DOF Vision System for Optical Flow Odometry using ArduEye and Arduino

 

As a participant in the Harvard University Robobees Project, our primary task at Centeye is to develop a vision sensor system that will fit into a small flying robot about 2cm in size. The target weight budget for the vision system is 25 milligrams. While we still have a ways to go before achieving this, we…

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Posted on March 20, 2012 at 12:33pm

CYE32 Features Video

In an earlier post, I shared plans for a CYE32 vision sensor based around the AT32UC3B1256 microcontroller.  After working with this vision sensor for a couple months, it has become a useful platform for trying out new vision chips and new image processing algorithms. 

 

I put together a short…

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Posted on October 4, 2011 at 7:00pm — 4 Comments

Introducing the new CYE32 open source sensors

Hello Everyone,

Below I've posted layouts of the new CYE32 open source sensors, based around the Atmel at32uc3b1256 32-bit microcontroller.  The CYE32 line offers a significant performance increase over the CYE8 line of sensors, features an external 12-bit ADC, and uses the same microcontroller…

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Posted on February 4, 2011 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

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