HuskyLens is an easy-to-use AI machine vision sensor. It is equipped with multiple functions, such as face recognition, object tracking, object recognition, line tracking, color recognition, and tag(QR code) recognition.
By nonnie1026
#43441
I'm pretty new to this whole world but I had to get a Huskylens when I came across it. My question is I currently have an Arduino Uno with the Huskylens and when I asked a couple questions on other forums basically everyone told me I should use a Raspberry Pi instead. In the case of doing a project with the Huskylens, what would really be a benefit of using the Pi over an Arduino?

I just pulled this off a website which I guess answers my question because my project has more than two 'ands'.

"Is there a simple rule of thumb to help me decide?
Yes, there is! Think about what you want your project to do. If you can describe it with less than two ‘and’s, get an Arduino. If you need more than two ‘and’s, get a Raspberry Pi.

Examples:
“I want to monitor my plants and have them Tweet me when they need water.” That can best be done by an Arduino.

“I want to monitor my plants and have them Tweet me when they need water and check the National Weather Service, and if the forecast is for fair weather, turn on the irrigation system and if the forecast is for rain, do nothing.” That would best be handled by a Raspberry Pi."
By 347945801
#43468
If your project needs to use the network or the Internet of Things, you can use the Raspberry Pi as the master control, but if it is only a simple identification operation, the Arduino cost is lower