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Reading RAW pixel temperature in Kelvin with C++

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    abu

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    I am trying to interface the Lepton v1.3 breakout board with Jetson Nano via SPI inerface. I have been gone through lots of web search and found working Python codes, but very few with C++. The LePi repo is good to view the thermal video streams, but I need to access raw pixel by pixel temperature measurement in Kelvin. Can anyone hint me with some C++ reference codes?

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    Walter

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    Hi Abu,
    I’m still working on it, but I think this can help you:
    https://github.com/Myzhar/Lepton3_Jetson

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    Mars

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    Hi Walter,

    I am new to the Lepton 3.5 and will be using it for a class project. How would I get the temperature readings connected to a raspberry pi? Or a similar outcome to your project just using a Pi instead?

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