AI Vision Sensor Snags Innovation Award

By Mat Dirjish

DFRobot’s HuskyLens artificial intelligence (AI) vision sensor received a global award for science and technological innovation at the third annual Upstyle Awards. The awards recognize global companies and professionals that use science and technology to improve people’s lives.

HuskyLens is a vision sensor that combines artificial intelligence and image processing algorithms to continually learn new objects, faces, and colors. It is compatible with popular microcontrollers including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, LattePanda, and micro:bit.

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According to its maker, the HuskyLens is unlike similar products on the market. The company says HuskyLens is a time-saving device with several built-in algorithms that allow creators to make projects without previous algorithmic knowledge. It is equipped with algorithms of facial recognition, object recognition, object tracking, line following, color detection, and tag detection. Users can also switch between algorithms with one single click.

Learn more with a look at DFRobot’s HuskyLens.

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