I connected a ESP32Cam module to the serial port of my Bittle. First I flashed a BIOS, which includes Micropython and the CAM drive on the ESP32 cam module. The ESP32Cam module is connected to my PC using a FTDI module to send the commands through VSCode to my Bittle through the ESP32Cam module (this connection is required for flashing the BIOS anyway). ESP32Cam 	FTDI U0TXD		RX U0RXD		TX GND		GND 5V			5V Finally, I connected the Bittle with the ESP32Cam module: Bittle	ESP32Cam GND	GND RX		GPIO14 TX		GPIO12 I powered the Bittle through another cable, which delivers the 5V for the board. Now, it's time to send commands to the Bittle: from machine import UART
uart = UART( 1 , baudrate = 115200 , bits = 8 , parity = None , stop = 1 , tx = 12 , rx = 14 , rts =- 1 , cts =- 1 , txbuf = 256 , rxbuf = 256 , timeout = 5 , timeout_char = 2 )
uart .write( "ksit" . encode ())
# uart.write("kbalance".encode()) The next step is to deploy a simple web server, power the ESP32CAM module from the nyboard and position the camera to get usable images.........