Just like Arduino, ESP32 has been one of the boards that have found love among hackers and makers around the world. Unlike general Arduino boards, ESP32 offers much more at a fraction of the cost and most importantly are usually compatible with Arduino based code.
Recently we have seen the rising of ESP32 in the areas of Artificial Intelligence especially those focused on Computer Vision (Mostly around Face Detection and Recognition) such as the camera boards ESP32-CAM and the upcoming ESP-EYE board from Espressif Systems. The ESP EYE as mentioned before is an AI development board based on the ESP32 and capable of some vision and voice capabilities.
One significant note about the ESP CAM and the ESP EYE is the lack of any display medium aside from the use of LEDs or using an external interface like the computer or mobile phone, in this regard is where the TTGO T-Cameraboard comes in. The TTGO T-Camera hopes to solve the supposed visualization problem, by integrating a 128 x 64 OLED display which can be used to display your detection, sensor, recognition, and other kinds of data. Of course, don’t expect to be able to view face image on the OLED display!
The TTGO T-Camera is basically a combination of the ESP CAM, the ESP EYE, and an OLED display. It doesn’t end there, and it also includes a BME280 environmental sensor for sensing temperature, humidity, and pressure. Also, you got a PIR sensor for motion sensing and an optional fisheye lens for the camera.