MADV Technology’s Madventure 360° video camera uses Spartan-6 FPGA to stitch and synchronize the video from two image sensors in real time

2018年1月20日 | By News | Filed in: News.


When the engineering team at MADV Technology set out to develop the Madventure 360—the world’s smallest, lightest, and thinnest consumer-grade, 360° 4K video camera—in late 2015, it discovered that an FPGA was the only device capable of meeting all of their project goals. As a result, the Madventure camera relies on a Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA to stitch and synchronize the video streams from two image sensors (one aimed to the front, one aimed to the back) while also performing additional image processing. The tiny, palm-sized camera measures only 3.1×2.6 inches and is only 0.9 inches thick. It sells on Amazon at the moment for $309.99, complete with selfie stick and mini tripod.



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MADV Madventure 360° video camera




Now you can hear a little about how MADV Technology created this tiny video wonder in this new Powered by Xilinx video:








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January 20, 2018 at 07:22AM


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