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- Yahboom AI-Motion K210 Development Board Kit, Face Recognition Camera
- Adopts RISC-V Processing Architecture
- Includes HD Camera and Capacitive Touch Screen
- On-board Indexing of Electronic Components
- Supports Development Environments of Windows/Linux/Mac OS
The Yahboom AI-Motion K210 Development Board Kit, RISC-V Face Recognition Camera utilizes the RISC-V processor structure, which is specifically designed for multi-mode shape recognition in machine vision and machine hearing applications. This development kit can be widely used in various fields such as smart home automation, machine vision, intelligent robots, and security monitoring.
The development board is equipped with a variety of peripherals including a capacitive touch screen, camera, microphone, speaker, six-axis attitude sensor, and Wi-Fi module. These components provide users with a comprehensive set of tools for development and learning. Additionally, the development board comes with rich learning materials, making it easier for users to learn about AI vision technology.
The hardware of the development board features exquisite workmanship and a high-quality PCB board. It includes a wealth of electronic components such as three-channel switches, RGB lights, gyroscopes, speakers, ESF8285-Wi-Fi module, and OV2640 camera. The board also features a capacitive touch screen that can display HD camera video and support finger touch. The IO ports of the K210 chip are conveniently led out by the pin header, allowing users to easily connect the board to other devices.
In terms of software, the development board supports three development environments: Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. It offers a wide range of AI functionalities including face detection, object classification, object detection, and recording and playback. The board can also be combined with IoT technology to achieve remote control capabilities. For beginners, there are plenty of free tutorial materials available to help them get started with the development board.