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Smart In-Vehicle Cameras Increase Driver and Passenger Safety

This article was originally published at John Day's Automotive Electronics News. It is reprinted here with the permission of JHDay Communications. Cameras located in a vehicle's interior, coupled with cost-effective and power-efficient processors, can deliver abundant benefits to drivers and passengers alike. By Brian Dipert Editor-in-Chief Embedded Vision Alliance Tom Wilson Vice President, Business Development …

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May 2014 Embedded Vision Summit Technical Presentation: “Vision-Based Gesture User Interfaces,” Francis MacDougall, Qualcomm

Francis MacDougall, Senior Director of Technology at Qualcomm, presents the "Vision-Based Gesture User Interfaces" tutorial at the May 2014 Embedded Vision Summit. The means by which we interact with the machines around us is undergoing a fundamental transformation. While we may still sometimes need to push buttons, touch displays and trackpads, and raise our voices, …

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Improved Vision Processors, Sensors Enable Proliferation of New and Enhanced ADAS Functions

This article was originally published at John Day's Automotive Electronics News. It is reprinted here with the permission of JHDay Communications. Thanks to the emergence of increasingly capable and cost-effective processors, image sensors, memories and other semiconductor devices, along with robust algorithms, it's now practical to incorporate computer vision into a wide range of embedded …

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October 2013 Embedded Vision Summit Technical Presentation: “Vision-Based Gesture User Interfaces,” Francis MacDougall, Qualcomm

Francis MacDougall, Senior Director of Technology at Qualcomm, presents the "Vision-Based Gesture User Interfaces" tutorial within the "Vision Applications" technical session at the October 2013 Embedded Vision Summit East. MacDougall explains how gestures fit into the spectrum of advanced user interface options, compares and contrasts the various 2-D and 3-D technologies (vision and other) available …

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October 2013 Embedded Vision Summit Technical Presentation: “Better Image Understanding Through Better Sensor Understanding,” Michael Tusch, Apical

Michael Tusch, Founder and CEO of Apical Imaging, presents the "Better Image Understanding Through Better Sensor Understanding" tutorial within the "Front-End Image Processing for Vision Applications" technical session at the October 2013 Embedded Vision Summit East. One of the main barriers to widespread use of embedded vision is its reliability. For example, systems which detect …

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September 2013 Qualcomm UPLINQ Conference Presentation: “Accelerating Computer Vision Applications with the Hexagon DSP,” Eric Gregori, BDTI

Eric Gregori, Senior Software Engineer at BDTI, presents the "Accelerating Computer Vision Applications with the Hexagon DSP" tutorial at the September 2013 Qualcomm UPLINQ Conference. Smartphones, tablets and embedded systems increasingly use sophisticated vision algorithms to deliver capabilities like augmented reality and gesture user interfaces. Since vision algorithms are computationally demanding, a key challenge when …

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October 2013 Embedded Vision Summit Technical Presentation: “Using FPGAs to Accelerate 3D Vision Processing: A System Developer’s View,” Ken Lee, VanGogh Imaging

Ken Lee, CEO of VanGogh Imaging, presents the "Using FPGAs to Accelerate 3D Vision Processing: A System Developer's View" tutorial within the "Implementing Vision Systems" technical session at the October 2013 Embedded Vision Summit East. Embedded vision system designers must consider many factors in choosing a processor. This is especially true for 3D vision systems, …

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“High Speed Vision and Its Applications,” a Presentation from Professor Masatoshi Ishikawa

Professor Masatoshi Ishikawa of Tokyo University delivers the keynote presentation, "High Speed Vision and Its Applications — Sensor Fusion, Dynamic Image Control, Vision Architecture, and Meta-Perception," at the July 2013 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting. High speed vision processing and various applications based on it are expected to become increasingly common due to continued improvement …

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Embedded Vision on Mobile Devices: Opportunities and Challenges

by Tom Wilson CogniVue Brian Dipert Embedded Vision Alliance This article was originally published at Electronic Engineering Journal. It is reprinted here with the permission of TechFocus Media. Courtesy of service provider subsidies coupled with high shipment volumes, relatively inexpensive smartphones and tablets supply formidable processing capabilities: multi-core GHz-plus CPUs and graphics processors, on-chip DSPs …

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Microsoft Kinect For Windows 2.0: Developer Registration Is A “Go”

For those of you who haven't already heard, Microsoft unveiled its next-generation Xbox One game console in late May, containing a bundled next-generation "Kinect 2.0" peripheral. Whereas the first-generation Kinect employs a structured light approach to 3-D sensing, "Kinect 2.0" leverages a time-of-flight technique courtesy of Microsoft's 2010 acquisition of Canesta. The included image sensor …

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