VIA Pixetto Blog

Getting Started with VIA Pixetto

Hello everyone! Today, we are going to discuss the basics of VIA Pixetto visual sensor, including how to connect VIA Pixetto to your personal computer and some tips to look out for when using the product. Alright, let’s begin with the basic how-to first.
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Learn How to Program a Color Following Driverless Car

For this project, we are going to show you how to create a driverless car guided by color recognition using VIA Pixetto and an Arduino board. The car will steer itself to follow an object with a specific color. We will need three steps: configuring the VIA Pixetto, programming the VIA Pixetto with blocks, and uploading the code to the Arduino board on the driverless car.
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Learn How to Program a Color Controlled Driverless Car

In this post we will show you how to use VIA Pixetto and an Arduino board to control a driverless car using color recognition. The guide will involve four steps: connecting VIA Pixetto to a PC, configuring VIA Pixetto and connecting it to an Arduino board , programming VIA Pixetto with blocks, and uploading the code to the Arduino board on the driverless car.
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Taiwan’s Pursuit of AI Education, Past to Present

Taiwan has long been a key hub for high-tech hardware, and in the past decade or so, for software as well. Government support for hardware industries and research, in addition to fostering a highly tech-centric culture, has allowed Taiwan to develop a tight-knit technological infrastructure. As a result, Taiwan has been able to cultivate generations of tech-savvy talent fresh out of universities.
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educating Future AI Talent

VIA Pixetto: Educating Future AI Talent

On May 15th, VIA visited Taipei Municipal Renai Junior High School to participate in a one-of-a-kind artificial intelligence educational event. Marking the middle school’s 8th lesson in a 24 course Intergenerational AI Learning Online Program series run by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education, the event was a culmination of the past year-and-a-half of teamwork between Renai Junior High School and VIA.
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