Aivero See is a platform for capturing, compression, transport and inspection of 2D and 3D video.
For the computer scientist it provides access to recorded video within Python.
The system consists of 5 major components
- Multiple Deepcore devices
- A single Deepserver with a web-based user interface
- Hosted locally on a server
- Hosted at aivero.com (soon)
- A Python library
- A Camera
The DeepCore devices connect to 2D or 3D cameras such as the Raspberry Pi camera or the Intel RealSense camera. The DeepCore devices connects to the user interface.
The central DeepServer stores recorded video data and provides it to the Python library. It also serves the user interface.
- Remotely view live camera feeds in the comfort of their browser
- Record 2D and 3D video with state of the art compression
- Schedule recordings of multiple cameras
- Easily reconfigure the system
- Programmatically access the video data from the central server in Python
The DeepServer (DS) provides the user with a web based interface for control of the video recordings, cameras and the captured recordings. Furthermore, the server provides the infrastructure to receive compressed 2D and 3D video from the DeepCoreDaemons.
DeepCore Devices are Jetson or Raspberry Pi devices that connect the 2D and 3D video cameras to the DeepServer.
They handle compression and video transport.
If you already have a DeepServer and DeepCoreDevice set up have a, just head over to the
You can move on to the "Server installation section"document for Deepserver initial setup and "DeepCore Getting Started" for the DeepcoreDaemon setup.
Updated 2 months ago