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Bird's Eye View

Bird’s Eye View: For Better Video Perspective

A bird's-eye view (BEV) is an elevated view of an object from above with a perspective as though the observer were a bird. This point-of-view is often used in the making of blueprints, floor plans, maps, and car parking systems. BEV looks like the next figure where the feed of four cameras located on a car are processed to look just like a single above camera.

Bird's Eye View input/output | RidgeRun

RidgeRun provides a collection of APIs and libraries that can be used with OpenCV and GStreamer, and can be further extended to use several other frameworks. 

Bird’s Eye View Features:

  • Support for different framework backends.

  • Supports up to four cameras at the time.

  • Easy-to-use examples that provide foundations to extend the library.

  • Hardware acceleration on different processes.


Note: RidgeRun assumes that there are no hardware issues that would delay the development process (and increase costs). In case of problems with your hardware, RidgeRun will bill up to 20 hours of engineering services for the time needed to inform you of what is wrong.

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Platforms Supported by BEV

  • x86

  • Jetson Nano

  • Jetson TX1

  • Jetson TX2

  • Jetson Xavier/NX

Note: Additional platforms may be supported. Contact us for additional information.


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