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Start Developing OpenCV Applications Immediately Using the BDTI Quick-Start OpenCV Kit (Article)

OpenCV is an open-source software component library for computer vision application development.  OpenCV is a powerful tool for prototyping embedded vision algorithms.  Originally released in 2000, it has been downloaded over 3.5 million times.  The OpenCV library supports over 2,500 functions and contains dozens of valuable vision application examples.  The library supports C, C++, and […]

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Start Developing OpenCV Applications Immediately Using the BDTI Quick-Start OpenCV Kit (Download)

OpenCV is an open-source software component library for computer vision application development. OpenCV is a powerful tool for prototyping embedded vision algorithms. Originally released in 2000, it has been downloaded over 3.5 million times. The OpenCV library supports over 2,500 functions and contains dozens of valuable vision application examples. The… Start Developing OpenCV Applications Immediately

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March 2012 Embedded Vision Alliance Summit Keynote: Jim Donlon, DARPA

Jim Donlon, Program Manager for DARPA (the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) describes the objectives, to-date history, current status and future plans of the Mind's Eye program. Mind's Eye "seeks to develop the capability for visual intelligence by automating the ability to learn generally applicable and generative representations of action between objects in a

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Embedded Vision: FPGAs’ Next Notable Technology Opportunity

By Brian Dipert Editor-In-Chief Embedded Vision Alliance Senior Analyst BDTI This article was originally published in the First Quarter 2012 issue (PDF) of the Xilinx Xcell Journal. It is reprinted here with the permission of Xilinx. A jointly developed reference design validates the potential of Xilinx’s Zynq device in a burgeoning application category. By Brian

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Eye-Tracking Technology: A Tobii Demonstration and Freescale’s Aspiration

In recent weeks, I've discussed Tobii's eye-tracking technology several times, both for its ability to monitor driver attention in vehicles, and to control next-generation operating systems' graphical user interfaces. As I mentioned last week, Tobii demonstrated its Gaze software for Windows 8 at the Consumer Electronics Show, and Engadget got a chance to take it

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Vision-Based GUI Control: Tobii Makes It So

Shortly before Christmas, I mentioned how Sweden-based Tobii hoped to use eye-tracking algorithms in conjunction with image sensor-inclusive automobile interiors to (for example) awaken drivers when they were nodding off or alert parents when their behind-the-wheel teenagers were paying more attention to text messaging sessions on their cellphones than on the roadway ahead of them.

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Staying Awake: Embedded Vision Assistance Keeps Drivers From Making A Big Mistake

Back in mid-November, I discussed taxicab drivers' backlash at the increasing presence of cameras inside vehicles…ostensibly for driver safety reasons (to compel would-be evildoers to suppress their urges, or at minimum to capture in-progress crime evidence for subsequent prosecution) but (the drivers believe) also for Big Brother employee monitoring purposes. Such cameras aren't restricted solely

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Implementing Vision Capabilities in Embedded Systems

by Jeff Bier Founder and President, BDTI September 29, 2011 This paper was originally published at the 2011 Embedded Systems Conference Boston. Abstract—With the emergence of increasingly capable processors, it’s becoming practical to incorporate computer vision capabilities into a wide range of embedded systems, enabling them to analyze their environments via video inputs. Products like

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Automotive Driver Assistance Systems: Using the Processing Power of FPGAs

By Paul Zoratti Driver Assistance Senior System Architect Automotive Division Xilinx Corporation This is a reprint of a Xilinx-published white paper which is also available here (344 KB PDF). In the last five years, the automotive industry has made remarkable advances in driver assistance (DA) systems that truly enrich the driving experience and provide drivers

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