that will be sufficient right...?just that they hav mentioned 5V 1.5A rating that's it....
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if Intel Galileo does not work with 100% CPU usage all the time I believe it will be enough
The LM7805 is a very stable voltage controller, you can turn it on own battery that powers the motors, considering the battery has at least 7 volts ...
if you think you will not endure, you can search for a scheme that uses the LM7805 and the 2n2055 that provides you an output voltage of 5 volts and 5A
Sir i hav been doing many projects related to 8051, AVR and Arduino ..but i now hav intel galileo the most powerful microcontroller i ever used....My goal is that i want this galileo interfaced with camera connected to USB host ,take images check for a match available in SD card, if match is as required then store this on to SD card ...at the same time run the arduino code in it to perform necessary actions according to that by controlling some devices connected to its gpio pins....the problem is i don't know anything about Yacto image, booting from SD card , how to store image onto SD card, and writing linux code for that....
my question is
where do i get started with image processing using galileo..?
is the knowledge of Linux OS for this is necessary..?
is that possible to do within a 1 and half month..?(as for now i am full free)
I hav ubuntu is that sufficient...?
how do i contact u..?
and am i supposed to know programming OpenCV..?
any linux distribution may create the distro
or you can download from sourceforge
contact me by email, I think this visible on profile ...
about OpenCV can not answer about