Raspberry Pi foundation announces infrared version of onboard camera

The Raspberry Pi team has teased users with some images of Pi NoIR, which is an infrared version of the camera for the board. The add-on is available for just $25 plus taxes from today onwards. It’s available from the official partners RS, Farnell and their subsidiaries. It’s also available through Adafruit.

Liz Upton of the foundation says other stores will be getting stock soon.


 Pi NoIR infrared camera
The mysterious black square

The teaser images are from Adafruit. Why teaser? The last image shows a ‘mysterious’ black square and the foundation will release more info on it tomorrow.

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