Is that where a 'bit' == $160?gsh wrote:Yes although selling a $5 chip for €165 sounds a bit of a markup!
I can't recall, but I do know they (Jurgen) developed the B100 and B101 (specifically for RPI), which still utilizes CSI-2 base. I know he mentioned the B100 fits, but "doesn't work yet".ghans wrote:But the camera tuning degrades a "perfect" HDMI signal
considerably , doesn't it ?
That was quoted as the main reason why the Auvidea
Kickstarter campaign for an "HDMI in" board had to be
aborted , IIRC.
What we're* you using that has the Toshiba chip?ShiftPlusOne wrote:When I used it, I saw a little bit of blur, but I think it's just related to scaling and/or encoding.
I'm not familiar with the exact issues regarding Auvidea. Presumably, they didn't have a way to do what they wanted without a driver in the firmware.
Ahhh okay, makes sense. So I'm assuming that's the board that the Foundation built and just never pushed through... agh, I'd love to get my hands on one.ShiftPlusOne wrote:It was the board in the OP's post.
http://blog.pi3g.com/wp-content/uploads ... -chips.jpg (just left of the pi).