uCamIII (community library)

Summary

Name Value
Name uCamIII
Version 0.0.5
Installs 1924
License MIT
Author ScruffR
URL https://github.com/ScruffR/uCamIII
Repository https://github.com/ScruffR/uCamIII.git
Download .tar.gz
All Versions 0.0.5, 0.0.3, 0.0.2, 0.0.1

Library to support 4DSystems uCam-III camera

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Library for 4D Systems uCam-III TTL Camera

(also works with uCam-II - where features are supported)

Overview:

The library implements most functions the uCamIII provides according to datasheet, only baudrate selection is omitted due to the fact that up to 115200 the autodetection works fine and higher baudrates available for the camera are usually not supported by the microcontrollers using this library.

It also supports hardware and software serial ports (e.g. ParticleSoftSerial on the Particle side or SoftwareSerial and NewSoftSerial for Arduino) by use of C++ templates.

Like this:

uCamIII<USARTSerial>        ucamHW(Serial1);
uCamIII<ParticleSoftSerial> ucamSW(new ParticleSoftSerial(D0, D1));
// or
ParticleSoftSerial          pss(D0, D1);
uCamIII<ParticleSoftSerial> ucamSW(pss);

Example Firmware uCamTest:

Example Firmware uCamTest:

This sketch demonstrates how to use the uCamIII library. It will provide a Particle.function("snap") that can be triggered with parameters GRAY8 (default for wrong parameters too), RGB16, UYVY16 and JPG to take a pic and send it via Serial or TCP (provided via Particle.function("setTarget")) where it can be dumped into a file. For the TCP data sink you need to be running a server like the provided 'imageReceiver.js' (run the server from its file location via node ./imageReceiver.js) and inform the device of the IP and port for the server. This is done via Particle.function("setServer") in the form ###.###.###.###:port.

For WiFi devices it also provides a Webserver which lets you select image format and resolution and displays the image. For non-JPG formats a BMP header is prepended to allow use in tag.

The server address can be retrieved via Particle.variale("IP")

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