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Q&A: Drones, Robots, and the New Tensilica Imaging/Vision DSP

This blog post was originally published at Cadence's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Cadence. Image and vision processing require a tremendous amount of processing power, not to mention a large amount of memory bandwidth. And when you consider the mobile and wearable devices that utilize these functions, it’s clear why low …

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OpenCL Extensions and Other Optimizations for Vision Processors and Cores

Computer vision applications, unlike traditional image processing, employ a heterogeneous mix of algorithms with a great diversity of control flows and memory access patterns. Therefore, vision processors are naturally evolving towards complex architectures that include, besides the CPU and GPU-like arrays of processing units, dedicated hardware blocks that specialize on certain portions of computer vision …

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Driving Automotive Vision Applications with the Right DSP

This blog post was originally published at Cadence's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Cadence. We’re not yet riding in driverless cars, yet today’s vehicles are doing more for us than perhaps Henry Ford could have imagined. From pedestrian detection to driver monitoring, parking assistance and infotainment systems, these features are making …

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Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meetings: Geekfests for Vision Technologists

This blog post was originally published at Auviz Systems' website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Auviz Systems. I recently had a chance to spend a day with dozens of my favorite fellow embedded vision geeks. Once a quarter, the Embedded Vision Alliance holds a member meeting, where we spend the day networking …

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The Memory Bandwidth, Stupid!

This blog post was originally published in the September 2015 edition of BDTI's InsideDSP newsletter. It is reprinted here with the permission of BDTI. "The economy, stupid" was one of the phrases that strategist James Carville hung on a sign in Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign headquarters – a reminder to focus on what's most …

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