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The USB video class (UVC) is a specification to which USB webcams, etc., are supposed to conform. This way, they can be used on any system which implements support for UVC compliant devices. V4L2 is the linux kernel video subsystem upon which the linux UVC implementation depends. In other words, in the kernel UVC support requires V4L2, but not the other ...
I was able to contact a person who worked on the driver. This is their response: The MT9M032 is a camera sensor only. It can't be connected directly to a computer, so you've used a demo board from Micron/Aptina in this case to act as a bridge between the sensor and USB. This is a common design (although the bridge type may vary). You will need two drivers ...
The source code is for Linux only, yet you mention you are on a Mac. If the target machine is not Linux its not going to without some effort.
If you download the software from that GitHub URL you should notice there is a Makefile that's included. I would download the entire project directory and run the command make. After it's done you'll likely have .ko files generated, these are Linux Kernel modules (drivers). Again utilizing the Makefile there should be a target included called install. You ...
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