A very rudimentary problem we all face while trying to get hold of new technology is the availability of content to understand the adoption and execution. Often, a specification document is considered as a quick reference guide to developers. But continuous learning comes from practice alone!
One such technology that is making rounds as a new-age challenge is the camera software architecture of NVIDIA’s Jetson boards (Jetson TX1, TX2, Nano™& AGX Xavier™). It utilizes a framework known as ‘LibArgus’ for accessing cameras, which is based on C++.