That one is supposed to be more sensitive, which is important for our application, but this test will allow true side by side comparison of them. I have been reading about lenses nowadays. Do you think an extra benefit may come if you use C mount lens instead of S mount? By the way, I was very impressed by your stereo vision system. MT9V camera board – with lens.

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CONFIG_VIDEO_MT9V032: Micron MT9V032 sensor support

The SDK that i am using is. In practice, a wider angle lens may be needed to give a wide enough field of view for robot navigation at the cost of reduced stereoscopic depth resolution. The AVR is, thus, tasked with manually controlling the direction of each translator.

Hi Dan I really liked your liunx up. Current draw of the board when running flat-out 60 FPS with LVDS enabled is on the order of mA, so keeping the kt9v032 voltage low reduces power loss in the linear regulator. The C-mount itself ignoring the optics entirely is, after all, considerably bulkier than other small-sensor mounts like S-mount. If you have further questions related to this thread, you may click “Ask a related question” below.


Another piece of my ongoing FPGA stereo-vision project. Hi Dan Nice writeup as always! By progressively reducing the sensitivity of its pixels over the course of an exposure, the sensor is able to approximate a non-linear response. All very interesting, good looking PCB too. This is basically the approach recommended in the MT9V datasheet.

I have learned a lot.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_VIDEO_MT9V Micron MT9V sensor support

Hi manisha, Thank you very, very much for your help! How do you read the image? Email required Address never made public.

Do you think an extra benefit may come if you use C mount lens instead of S mount? Synchronization is easy; if configured identically, clocked from the same source, and removed from reset simultaneously, the mt9v32 sensors will operate in lock-step.

v4l: Add mt9v032 sensor driver

Please check if your sensor board needs configuration of these properties. I have been reading about lenses nowadays. If so, lijux it work? Ask a related question What is a related question? Follow this wiki page link. Yeah, absolutely — synchronization is highly desirable for stereo vision, so it was a major requirement in designing this board.

MT9V camera board – schematic. You could call it a vision preprocessor.

Linux Kernel: mt9v Struct Reference

MT9V camera board – with lens. I accidentally swapped the data and clock lines for the I2C bus in the schematic one of two known issues with the board — the other being a typo on the bottom silkscreen.


Windowing should work on either. The input to the board is nominally 5V — but, since this supply only drives the 3. The newly created question will be automatically linked to this question. It almost looks like the center area is stretched and the left and right sides are shrunk.

Two cameras are connected to the FPGA and the image stream along with other information depth map, optical flow, covariance matrix, spartial derivatives,… is sent via ethernet to a host pc. This thread has lunux locked.

My understanding is that Aptina global shutter products all output the straight sensor raw values and required demosacing. The majority of the signals are on the lknux layer, with just a few breaking up the otherwise continuous ground fill on the bottom layer.