Beaglebone Images, Video and OpenCV

Please note: this was an early post – the content of this post was turned into a video that is available on this page: Beaglebone: Video Capture and Image Processing  on Embedded Linux using OpenCV
Getting started

Start by plugging in the camera with the power down and then booting, praying that the device is picked up. lsusb is a utility for displaying […]

By |May 23rd, 2013|Beaglebone, Blog|47 Comments

Changing the Beaglebone CPU Frequency

Check the CPU Frequency
 The BBB has various governors that can be used to profile the performance/power usage ratio. For example, if you were to build a battery powered BBB application that required low processing requirements, you could reduce the clock frequency to conserve power. You can find out information about the current state of the BBB by typing cpufreq-info:

You can see […]

By |May 23rd, 2013|Beaglebone, Blog|18 Comments