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greg witteman
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Libraries and Due or "Teensy-3"/arm-cortex processors
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Brilliant design. I've been using the teensy-3 (pjrc.com) which is a 96Mhz 32bit arm processor (with 16-bit adcs - thing arduino-due in a Nano package) for some of my designs (it's programmable…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Geoffrey L. Barrows Nov 22, 2013.

 

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Geoffrey L. Barrows replied to greg witteman's discussion Libraries and Due or "Teensy-3"/arm-cortex processors
"Greg- I just bought a Teensy 3.0 to play with. This thing looks nice! I agree the specs are nice (decent speed, 32 bits, that nice ADC, and a whopping 2.9 grams!). It shouldn't be too difficult to make a breakout board that connects one (or…"
Nov 22, 2013
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Libraries and Due or "Teensy-3"/arm-cortex processors

Brilliant design. I've been using the teensy-3 (pjrc.com) which is a 96Mhz 32bit arm processor (with 16-bit adcs - thing arduino-due in a Nano package) for some of my designs (it's programmable through arduino IDE with most standard libraries working). Would there be any problems using the stonyman with a 3v processor such as the Due or teensy-3? library problems? for example, one of my projects used a teensy-3 with a generic 10 DOF IMU (tripple axis magnetometer, accelerometer, gyroscope and…See More
Nov 15, 2013
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Hometown
Honolulu
What are your interests related to embedded eyes / vision?
object detection and avoidance in autonomous vehicles and micro-payloads
Tell us about your technical background
Associate Director, Univ. of Hawaii NASA Space Grant
Mentor for student projects and competitions (Payload and autonomous vehicle micro controller specialist for Honolulu and Windward campuses). I also have some aquaculture projects that could potentially use arduino based vision capability (where's the fish?).

Preferred microcontrollers: Arduino Nano, Mega, Teensy-2 (micro), Teensy-3 (Due), BeagleBone, Gumstix
Technical interest
optics, image sensor chips, vision hardware, image processing, ground robotics, underwater robotics, airborne robotics, sensor networks, industrial automation, other

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