Tim Hartley, Product Manager at ARM, demonstrates the company's latest embedded vision technologies and products at the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit. Specifically, Hartley shows why computer vision on mobile chips is so exciting right now by demonstrating two of the products at ARM’s booth at the Embedded Vision Summit's Technology Showcase. The first demo, from Luxoft, showcasies on-device image recognition via deep learning using the Caffe framework running on both ARM NEON on the CPU and OpenCL on the device’s Mali GPU. The second demo was written using the Uncanny CV vision library from Uncanny Vision, and showcases a number of vision algorithms highly optimized for ARM NEON.


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