Recently, a customer reported that they are using the B0266, Arducam 1MP*2 Stereoscopic Camera Bundle Kit for Raspberry Pi. When they printed the captured image, they obtained three color channels including red, green, and blue. The customer is wondering how they can solve this problem and display only the black and white channel. This is an interesting question, and I have brought it to the forum for discussion.
To address this issue, there are a few different approaches that the customer can take depending on their specific needs and preferences. Because the camera itself can obtain raw data, which can be converted to the desired color or channel, this can be done by the user, allowing for more control and customization over the final image output.
Use a software library: There are various software libraries available that can be used to convert color images to black and white. For example, OpenCV is a popular computer vision library that can be used to perform image processing tasks, including converting color images to black and white.
Overall, there are several ways to solve the problem of displaying only the black and white channel in the image captured using the B0266, Arducam 1MP*2 Stereoscopic Camera Bundle Kit for Raspberry Pi. You can use a software library to perform the conversion.