With the launch of our newest VIA Pixetto website comes a steady flow of curated tutorials and articles to keep you inspired on how to get the most of out of your device. Here is a list of all the latest content updates on Pixetto.ai, so that you can stay ahead of the curve. Feel free to follow the tutorials below as step-by-step guides or to use them as a jumping off point for your own AI creations.
Of course, we don’t expect you to know how to operate VIA Pixetto right off the bat. Here, we provide you with basic instructions on how to connect VIA Pixetto to your computer in addition to some tips and tricks on how to take care of device. With the help of this tutorial, it doesn’t matter whether or not you’ve had any experience with Pixetto, we are here to get you started from the ground up!
If you’re ready to try your hand at programming the device for real world applications, this project is for you! With the help of Pixetto’s face recognition function, a piezo buzzer, and an Arduino board, you can make an alarm buzz whenever the vision sensor detects a face. While not detailed specifically in the tutorial, you can definitely create an outer case for your face detection alarm to keep the individual project components together. Set this up at your door or anywhere you want – just make sure you don’t end up accidentally scaring anyone!
Want to get a full breakdown of how this device works? For in-depth specs and details on the hardware of VIA Pixetto, check out our VIA Pixetto Quick Guide, User Manual, and VIA Pixetto Datasheet here. It’s that easy.
VIA Pixetto Studio has just been upgraded! In addition to featuring optimized functions, the Pixetto Studio 1.2 software is now formatted as a single application folder for a cleaner look.
That is it for the Pixetto.ai updates for this week. For further updates, look out for our VIA Pixetto website round-up articles on this page, or simply type “VIA Pixetto” into the search bar for all announcements and articles about the device.
Written by Josephine Cheng, a current intern at VIA and a Communications student at the University of Pennsylvania.