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Hello Internet,
I am working on a project to hopefully display at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. I am creating HMD Augmented Reality. So far, I have been working on the coding and planing how to build it. what we plan to do is have the arduino get information from the camera, and send it via XBee to a computer. The computer, running a Java program we have been working on, recognizes the image and augments it. The image is sent to another Arduino with an XBee, where it displays information on the screen in front of the goggles. My question is, does anyone know any screens that can display graphics on the arduino?


Search the forum for threads on video cameras. Generally, the consensus is that the arduino does not have enough memory to interface with them.


why exactly do you need an arduino for this?

imo its completely redundant in your setup....

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