The design we pioneered in 2009 for machine vision with Gumstix Overo is now finally available as product from Gumstix. They did a great job of converting our initial raw open source design into a usable product, our internal prototype made it not beyond basic sensor readout routines. The picture on the top shows the finished Caspa board, the image on the bottom one of the earlier prototypes:
The module provides 752x480 (640x480) pixel resolution in color and can be purchased from Gumstix either with IR (VS) or without IR cut filter (FS). For most applications not operating at dawn/dusk the version with IR cut filter will provide better image quality.
PLEASE NOTE: We're thrilled that this tiny machine vision platform is now available for the general public. PIXHAWK is however not associated to Gumstix or does benefit financially from the product. We're just happy that the concept of open hardware worked out again.