BW1098FFC - USB3 with Modular Cameras¶
Use DepthAI on your existing host. Since the AI/vision processing is done on the Myriad X, a typical desktop could handle tens of DepthAIs plugged in (the effective limit is how many USB ports the host can handle).
A. 5V IN
E. Left Camera Port
F. DepthAI Module
C. Right Camera Port
G. Myriad X GPIO Access
D. Color Camera Port
What’s in the box?¶
BW1098FFC Carrier Board
USB3C cable (3 ft.)
Follow the steps below to setup your DepthAI device.
Connect your modular cameras.
The FFC (flexible flat cable) Connectors on the BW1098FFC require care when handling. Once inserted and latched, the connectors are robust, but they are easily susceptible to damage during the de-latching process when handling the connectors, particularly if to much force is applied during this process.
The video below shows a technique without any tool use to safely latch and delatch these connectors.
Once the flexible flat cables are securely latched, you should see something like this:
Note when looking at the connectors, the blue stripe should be facing up.
Make sure that the FFC cables connect to the camera is on the top side of the final setup to avoid inverted images and wrong
Connect your host to the DepthAI USB carrier board.
Connect the DepthAI USB power supply (included).
Calibrate the cameras.
We’ll execute a DepthAI example Python script to ensure your setup is configured correctly. Follow these steps to test DepthAI:
Start a terminal session.
Clone the depthai example repository.
git clone https://github.com/luxonis/depthai.git
Access your local copy of depthai.
cd [depthai repo]
Install the example repository requirements.
python -m pip install -r requirements.txt
Run demo script.
The script launches a window, starts the cameras, and displays a video stream annotated with object localization metadata:
In the screenshot above, DepthAI identified a TV monitor (1.286 m from the camera) and a chair (3.711 m from the camera).
See the list of object labels in our pre-trained OpenVINO model tutorial.
We’re always happy to help with code or other questions you might have.