I’m a huge fan of the OpenMV cam, which is a very neat $65 integrated camera and processor with sophisticated built-in computer vision libraries, a Micopython interpreter, and a very slick IDE (a car powered entirely by it came in 2nd in the Thunderhill DIY Robocars race). Now there is a competitor on the block, Jevois, which offers even more power and a lower cost. I’ve now spent a week with it and can report back on how it compares.
I tested it on an autonomous rover, to see how it performed in a stand-along embedded environment (as opposed to being connected via USB to a PC):
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