Got tired of my CMUcam.
- is easier to interface (and more powerful) than a CMUcam2;
- has eight cores at 96MHz, six of which can perform user-defined image processing;
- can be programmed and debugged interactively in-system using Forth or assembler;
- runs open-source code built using open-source tools;
- costs less than $100 in parts; and
- can be built in an evening with only basic through-hole soldering?
Yeah, I couldn't find one either.
Mmm, 192 MIPS of pixel-devouring goodness. I love my overclocked Propellers.
Edit: What kind of image processing, you ask? How about realtime ASCII art!
I hope to get middle-mass and edge tracking working shortly.