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StereoPi V2, the Open-Source Raspberry Pi Stereoscopic Camera, Now Available from Crowd Supply

March 4, 2021 – Crowd Supply, the leading product development platform connecting hardware creators with early adopters and enthusiastic backers, announces the availability of StereoPi V2, a high-performance stereoscopic camera based on Raspberry Pi. Featuring on-board Bluetooth®, Wi-Fi, and advanced power and memory, StereoPi V2 offers a versatile solution for wireless electronic applications. The new StereoPi V2 is compatible with external antennas, making it an ideal choice for use with drones.

This version of the StereoPi camera follows the successful launch of V1, which generated more than 300% of its funding on Crowd Supply. The compute module of the StereoPi V2 boasts a Broadcom SoC module — which delivers up to twice the speed of V1 — as well as extremely fast eMMC and DDR4 memory. StereoPi V2 features advanced wireless management, allowing operators to use software to power down Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, plus dedicated Gigabit Ethernet. The versatile device offers a configurable power switch option, letting developers place an external power switch anywhere in the design. StereoPi V2 is fully open source and offers out-of-the-box Raspberry Pi OS compatibility.

StereoPi V2, one the newest hardware projects launched through Crowd Supply, is part of the Microchip Get Launched program. Developed to support projects integrating Microchip components, the Get Launched program provides promotion, technical consultations, and reduced-price components to qualifying developers.

To learn more about StereoPi V2, visit

About Crowd Supply
Crowd Supply is the only product development platform offering engineers and companies a full suite of services to successfully launch their innovative products, including marketing, fulfillment, crowdfunding, and ongoing sales through distributors. The creator-focused platform connects backers with exciting projects that address a market need, allowing developers to quickly validate their ideas and capitalize on high levels of interest from early adopters. With a commitment to user rights and a laser focus on successful delivery, Crowd Supply is the future of product development. For more information, visit

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