Developing Stereo Vision Module for Nano

Hello,

I want to develop a stereo vision (stereoscopic) camera module for Jetson Nano. I was searching for the ways to do it. Finally i came up with a decision of connecting two mipi csi camera modules to an MCU or a video bridging and processing chip that also has a usb output. Do you know any MCU or a video bridging and processing chip with two mipi csi camera inputs (2-lanes will do) and a usb output?

Thank you,

You can buy a working stereo camera that does synchronized shutter and timing for you, that connects over USB3: https://www.stereolabs.com/zed-mini/
It works on the Jetson series (although you get higher processing rates with the higher-end systems, naturally.)
Trying to build your own camera-plus-chip setup plus write drivers and calibration code plus add the optics to it will absolutely cost a lot more than the $449 that StereoLabs charges for the Zed.

Here are a couple other USB3 stereo cameras that sound similar to what you may be looking for:

https://www.e-consystems.com/3d-usb-stereo-camera-with-nvidia-accelerated-sdk.asp

https://duo3d.com/

STEEReoCAM™ is a 2MP 3D MIPI Stereo camera for NVIDIA® Jetson Nano™/AGX Xavier™/TX2 developer kit with improved accuracy and depth range. This MIPI Stereo camera is based on 1/2.9" OV2311 global shutter CMOS sensor from OmniVision. STEEReoCAM™ is bundled with a proprietary CUDA® accelerated Stereo SDK that runs on the GPU of NVIDIA® Tegra processors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-siOKOXNjU