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Jetson TK1 is a very new board, so I'm not aware of anyone that has built a CSI MIPI camera adapter for it. But the Tegra K1 SOC is already used in numerous phones, tablets & Google's Project Tango, all of which use atleast one CSI MIPI camera, so clearly CSI MIPI cameras are supported. The problem is that there isn't a single CSI MIPI format, so you need to design custom hardware & firmware & software for each specific CSI MIPI camera you use.
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Jetson TK1 is a very new board, so I'm not aware of anyone that has built a CSI MIPI camera adapter for it so far. But the Tegra K1 SOC is already used in numerous phones, tablets & Google's Project Tango, all of which use atleast one CSI MIPI camera, so clearly CSI MIPI cameras are supported. The problem is that there isn't a single CSI MIPI format, so you need to design custom hardware & firmware & software for each specific CSI MIPI camera you use.

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Jetson TK1 is a very new board, so I'm not aware of anyone that has built a CSI MIPI camera adapter for it so far. But the Tegra K1 SOC is already used in numerous phones, tablets & Google's Project Tango, all of which use atleast one CSI MIPI camera, so clearly CSI MIPI cameras are supported. The problem is that there isn't a single CSI MIPI format, so you need to design custom hardware & firmware & software for each specific CSI MIPI camera you use.