Coming from the Arduino / RPI universe, its time for me to explore the Nano with a Raspberry Pi v2 camera, combined with perhaps Deepstream.
While I’m still doing all I can to research how to get started from scratch, I hope some of you can help me a bit in the right direction, or at least share some good advice on what to look at.
So here’s the case I want to build:
Raspberry Pi v2 camera attached to the Nano. I’m hoping I can figure out how to start playing around with Deepstream, but what’s most interesting, is how to play around with deepstream via a Windows 10 computer on the same network? The AI part is the icing on the cake, but first I want to at least get a live stream from the camera, to a Win10 machine on the same network.
I have some experience with Raspberry Pi 4 and RTSP streaming to VLC player on a Win10 machine, but this is a quite different to me so far.
So something I have to learn about is Qstreamer and perhaps dive into Deepstream? Or how would you recommend one get started from scratch? How much of a headache am I facing doing the streaming on a win10 computer, compared to just watch the Deepstream software on the Nano itself?
While I’m hoping some of you can share some great advices, I’ll keep reading into the wonderful step-by-step guides I found.