This has been an exciting week for one of HWI's long-standing customers, Luxonis, with the launch of their newest product, the Oak-D Lite. Considered "The Swiss Army knife of computer vision" this new pocket-sized sub-$100 4K spatial AI camera will surely create a buzz in the market. HWI works with Luxonis to develop and implement cutting-edge AI technology and components into high speed, small form factor visual recognition camera systems.
The Oak-D Lite features include:
Neural Inference (object detection, image classification, semantic segmentation, pose estimation)
3D Object Tracking (up to 20 objects with a unique ID)
3D Object Localization H.264 & H.265 Encoding (HEVC, 1080P, and 4K Video)
Motion Estimation (allows real-time background subtraction)
Feature Tracking (optical and visual-inertial navigation)
Stereo Depth (including median filtering, tended disparity, and subpixel possible for wider dynamic range)
Warp/Dewarp - support for additional lenses for fish-eye applications
MJPEG Encoding for easy web streaming
Luxonis' mission is to "materially improve the engineering efficiency of the world" ~ one can confidently surmise that the Oak-D LITE does just that!
Join the revolution in computer vision sensors and check out their Kickstarter Campaign HERE.