I am very new to Arduino - any assistance at all in setting up this idea would be incredibly helpful and greatly appreciated!!
I am looking to build a digital horizon level to be overlaid on top of an HD-SDI signal for use for camera operators in film and tv. I’ve attached a photo showing one variation as an example - currently available for use in the Alexa Mini cameras. This build will be for cameras which do not feature an internal gyro for such measurements - this would in affect be an external accessory which would ride on the camera to provide the operator a live look at their level and composition.
The configured part would have to be able to pass through a 23.98PSF HD-SDI signal via BNC connectors for both video input and output. In an ideal setup, the digital horizon bubble level would live in the bottom center of the screen.
I saw this video and thought this could be a decent starting point to measure the information I want to display - but what direction could I possibly go which would allow me to translate that information into a graphic while also allowing the overlay of this graphic over a provided live video feed.
As stated before - any information here would be very very gratefully appreciated!!!