Connect Cameras to the DragonBoard 410c for Easy Embedded Vision Development

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The Camera Mezzanine board from D3 Engineering makes embedded vision development easy. See how to quickly and easily connect up to two MIPI CSI-2 cameras to the versatile DragonBoard 410c.

We met with Jason Enslin, Embedded Vision Product Manager at D3 Engineering, to discuss their DragonBoard 410c compatible Camera Mezzanine board (we sell it on its own and as a part of the DragonBoard D3 Camera Kit). See how to develop using the board and watch the camera in action in a demo brought to you by D3 Engineering and Qualcomm

D3 Engineering is an outsourced product development firm specializing in embedded design solutions for performance-critical products. They help OEM clients incorporate advanced vision, sensor, power and control technologies into their new products.

The Camera Mezzanine Board directly connects up to two MIPI CSI-2 cameras to the DragonBoard 410c. One miniature camera module is included. Expansion headers provide access to other communication interfaces on the Snapdragon™ 410E including I2C, SPI, and UART. 

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