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RACECAR/J Chassis Preparation

November 30, 2017 kangalow 15

This is the first step of building a RACECAR/J. Here we prepare the chassis by removing parts we do not use, and upgrading the springs and bumper. Looky here: Background RACECAR/J is derived from the open source MIT RACECAR, an “open-source powerful platform for robotics research and education”. The first Read more …

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JetPack 4.4 Production Release

July 7, 2020 kangalow 0

JetPack 4.4 – L4T R32.4.3 is now available! NVIDIA announces today that the production version of JetPack 4.4 is now available. JetPack 4.4 replaces the current JetPack 4.3 as the production version. There are many upgrades and new features. Here’s the official blurb from NVIDIA: We are pleased to announce Read more …

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Jetson Xavier NX Pinout now up

June 17, 2020 kangalow 5

Some of the more popular pages on JetsonHacks are the pinouts for the GPIO headers on each of the Jetson developer kits. Here’s a new one for the Xavier NX! The Jetson Xavier NX GPIO J12 Header Pinout gathers together some of the information that’s spread over several documents such Read more …

Xavier NX SSD
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Jetson Xavier NX – Run from SSD

May 29, 2020 kangalow 15

It is a simple task to a sea of gigabyte goodness to the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX by adding a NVMe SSD. This is the best performance upgrade you can make for your Jetson. Looky here: Background Even though they share the same form factor, the Jetson Xavier NX Developer Read more …

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NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit

May 16, 2020 kangalow 17

The $399 NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit is the new Jetson powerhouse on the block. Looky here: Introduction The Jetson Xavier NX dev kit brings Jetson Xavier performance to help solve AI and robotics where you need some serious machine learning horsepower. The entry level Jetson Nano is a Read more …

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SPI on Jetson – Using Jetson-IO

May 4, 2020 kangalow 8

Remember when you had to jump through all sorts of hoops to get your NVIDIA Jetson NVIDIA Kit to be able to understand Serial Protocol Interface (SPI) devices? Those days be gone. Looky here: Background The introduction of JetPack 4.3 brings with it a new tool, Jetson-IO. All of the Read more …

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JetPack 4.4 DP Release

April 23, 2020 kangalow 4

JetPack 4.4 DP – L4T R32.4.2 is now available! The Developer Preview (DP) of JetPack 4.4 is now available. This release brings in support for the new Jetson NX Xavier module, along with new versions of CUDA, Tensor RT, cuDNN and support for the upcoming DeepStream 5.0 Developer Preview. JetPack Read more …

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Jetson Nano B01 – Dual Raspberry Pi Cameras

April 8, 2020 kangalow 2

The new B01 revision of the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Development Kit adds another MIPI-CSI camera connector. Looky here: Background We previously wrote up how to use the Raspberry Pi Version 2.1 camera with the original Jetson Nano A02 kit. Note that several other manufacturers now offer compatible cameras, some with Read more …

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JetsonHacks Github Updates – Early January 2020

January 11, 2020 kangalow 8

With the release of JetPack 4.3, L4T 32.3.1 is now available for the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit. Several of the JetsonHacks Github JetsonHacksNano Github repositories on the JetsonHacks account have been updated to support this release. Note that previous releases can be found in the ‘release’ section of each Read more …

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JetsonHacksNano Github Updates – December 2019

January 4, 2020 kangalow 4

With the release of JetPack 4.3, L4T 32.3.1 is now available for the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit. Several of the JetsonHacksNano Github repositories on the JetsonHacksNano account have been updated to support this release. Note that previous releases can be found in the ‘release’ section of each repository. CSI-Camera Read more …

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State of JetsonHacks 2019

December 31, 2019 kangalow 0

The end of the decade. Let me start by thanking everyone for participating in the JetsonHacks community. Background When I first started JetsonHacks in 2014, one of the goals was to get a better understanding of social media through application. By training, I am a software engineer so I understand Read more …