Ever wanted to experiment with face and/or speech recognition? Espressif's ESP-EYE is a miniature ESP32-based development board that combines a digital microphone, ESP32 with 8 MB PSRAM and 4 MB flash, and a 2 megapixel camera. Unlike some boards, this codebase does not require internet connectivity - you don't have to send video or audio data to 'the cloud' - it's all processed on-chip.
The features make the board ideal for applications relating to face detection, face recognition and speech recognition. Besides, the board can also support image transmission over Wi-Fi and debugging through a Micro USB port, which enables the development of advanced AI solutions.
More information is available on the website of Adafruit. The Getting Started Guide is available on the website of Espressif.