Could you please provide more information on what you're looking for and what you're trying to achieve? Please be as detailed as possible.
We'll be waiting for your response.
I have a similar question, only I would extend it to Linux as well. Joule is being marketed as a robotics solution for vision-based machine learning, but there is no support for making MIPI cameras work. This means that the only option is using USB cameras, which is limiting in selection, form factor, packaging, price, etc... Plus, using USB is something I tend to avoid when working with real-world, real-time, critical systems.
I would like to see Joule officially supporting at least one or two MIPI cameras, similar to the Intel Aero.
Thank you for your feedback. As you know, we take all the feedback from the community, so that all of the customer's opinions and suggestions can be reviewed and be used to improve our services and products. That's why we asked zillion to provide more information, to try to help him resolve his issue faster than he would if he'd wait for updates in documentation.
We'll wait for zillion to provide more information and take your feedback to the appropriate team.
Do you have any updates on this post?
I'm considering using the Joule as an ADAS/Computer Vision Dev platform, but I'm worried about limitations of support for or the ability to use the DSI/CSI-2 interfaces in the near future.
Thank you for your interest. As of yet, we don't have any updates on this subject. Every time we receive questions about the functionality and documentation of the MIPI CSI we report it to the team in charge, so they know that the community is interested in this information. Hopefully more information will be available soon.
Thank you for your understanding.