The Arduino® Nicla Vision is a ready-to-use, standalone camera for analyzing and processing images on the edge. Thanks to its 2MP color camera, smart 6-axis motion sensor, integrated microphone and distance sensor, it is suitable for asset tracking, object recognition and predictive maintenance. Quickly implement sensor nodes to send collected data to the Arduino® Cloud (or third-party vendor services) via integrated WiFi/BLE connectivity.
The Arduino® Nicla Vision is a powerful microcontroller equipped with 2MP color camera in a tiny form factor. With WiFi and BLE connectivity, the board maximizes compatibility with professional and consumer equipment. The board features an integrated microphone, distance sensor, smart 6-axis motion sensor and MicroPython support. The Nicla Vision can also be battery powered making it standalone.
The Arduino Nicla Vision is our smallest form factor yet.
This 6-axis IMU allows to obtain 3D gyroscopic and 3D accelerometer data. It is also possible to do machine learning on the IMU for gesture detection, offloading computation load from the main processor.
The Nicla Vision features an STM32H747AII6 Dual ARM® Cortex® - M7 core up to 480 MHz + M4 core up to 240 MHz.
The board uses the GC2145, a 2MP color camera.
The MP34DT06JTR digital MEMS microphone is omnidirectional and operate via a capacitive sensing element with a high signal to noise ratio.
This tutorial will show you how to use the Nicla Vision to detect the presence and the position of objects in a camera image.
This tutorial teaches you how to set up the board, how to use the OpenMV IDE and how to run a MicroPython sketch.
This tutorial teaches you how to train a custom machine learning model with Edge Impulse and to do image classification on the Arduino Nicla Vision.
Learn how to create a soundmeter using the built-in microphone with the Nicla Vision.
Learn how to access the data from the accelerometer and gyroscope that comes with the LSM6DSOXTR IMU module.
Learn how to use the proximity sensor to vary the speed of the LED's blink.