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Topic: Can I send streaming video via arduino? (Read 3650 times) previous topic - next topic

kosh09


I'm not sure this is right topic here
but I want to send video streaming to Arduino
I think bluetooth is not fast enough to take that data

and hard to find like this topic
any idea?

tbillion

um what on the arduino is going to process the video/what is the display, tell me more.. im interested

Filip_H

hi, for streaming video i recomend you raspberry pi, i haven't expeience with it, but you can connect it to a usual screen (such as tv, pc screen,...) by display port or hdmi . And the arduino, i saw a pictures on some lcd's, but i really don't think that arduino's chipset is enough to stream any kind of 'pc type' video.

kosh09

um what on the arduino is going to process the video/what is the display, tell me more.. im interested
well... I'm currently working on automatic parking with RC car
and I want to watch the front and back side of the car while driving and parking
I already made remote controller with HC-06 bluetooth module

I didnt think about which screen model I'll use and bluetooth is not enough to transmit video
so i'm think about wifi..
no server needed just direct connection between my MCU (odroid -- linux ubuntu armvl7)
and remote controller (Arduino Uno)

I really want to make this :o

kosh09

hi, for streaming video i recomend you raspberry pi, i haven't expeience with it, but you can connect it to a usual screen (such as tv, pc screen,...) by display port or hdmi . And the arduino, i saw a pictures on some lcd's, but i really don't think that arduino's chipset is enough to stream any kind of 'pc type' video.
well I thought of raspberry pi before but my remote controller is arduino..
so If i want to see video screen via raspberrypi
I should make my controller assemble with arduino, raspberrypi, and screen
that is too huge i think... lol

tbillion

real time video even with the serial cameras available for arduino is a beefy task especially since the serial cameras are kinda crap quality if you had a serial ttl camera theoretically you could take the image from the camera and then send it over your wifi link. you r function of frame rate though then becomes (time to get image +time to send image + time to render image on host) and i personally at 16mhz cannot see arduino pushing 30 fps, maybe 15 and that with one camera your talking about 2 and you would have to reference which camera took what picture in the interface so that to remote host would know where to render the frames.

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