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“NVIDIA VisionWorks, a Toolkit for Computer Vision,” a Presentation from NVIDIA

Elif Albuz, Technical Lead for the VisionWorks Toolkit at NVIDIA, presents the "NVIDIA VisionWorks, a Toolkit for Computer Vision" tutorial at the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit. In this talk, Albuz introduces the NVIDIA VisionWorks toolkit, a software development package for computer vision and image processing. VisionWorks implements and extends the Khronos OpenVX standard, and …

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“Computational Photography: Understanding and Expanding the Capabilities of Standard Cameras,” a Presentation from NVIDIA

Orazio Gallo, Senior Research Scientist at NVIDIA, presents the "Computational Photography: Understanding and Expanding the Capabilities of Standard Cameras" tutorial at the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit. Today's digital cameras, even at the entry-level, produce pictures with quality comparable to that of high-end cameras of a decade ago. Image processing and computational photography algorithms play …

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OpenCL Eases Development of Computer Vision Software for Heterogeneous Processors

OpenCL™, a maturing set of programming languages and APIs from the Khronos Group, enables software developers to efficiently harness the profusion of diverse processing resources in modern SoCs, in an abundance of applications including embedded vision. Computer scientists describe computer vision, the use of digital processing and intelligent algorithms to interpret meaning from still and …

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OpenCL Eases Development of Computer Vision Software for Heterogeneous Processors

OpenCL™, a maturing set of programming languages and APIs from the Khronos Group, enables software developers to efficiently harness the profusion of diverse processing resources in modern SoCs, in an abundance of applications including embedded vision. Computer scientists describe computer vision, the use of digital processing and intelligent algorithms to interpret meaning from still and …

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Accelerate Machine Learning with the cuDNN Deep Neural Network Library

This article was originally published at NVIDIA's developer blog. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA. By Larry Brown Solution Architect, NVIDIA Machine Learning (ML) has its origins in the field of Artificial Intelligence, which started out decades ago with the lofty goals of creating a computer that could do any work a …

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It’s Tegra K1 Everywhere at Google I/O

This article was originally published at NVIDIA's blog. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA. You couldn’t get very far at Google I/O’s dazzling kickoff today without bumping into our new Tegra K1 mobile processor. The keynote showed off Google’s new Android L operating system’s gaming capabilities on a Tegra K1 reference device. …

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Tegra K1-Powered Project Tango DevKit Opens Door to New Worlds Enabled by Computer Vision

This article was originally published at NVIDIA's blog. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA. Google’s new Project Tango Tablet Developers’ Kit puts powerful new capabilities in the hands of those ready to harness the promise of computer vision. Fast-forwarding Google’s Project Tango from experimental device to developer kit, the tablet incorporates cameras …

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Embedded Vision: Enabling Smarter Mobile Apps and Devices

For decades, computer vision technology was found mainly in university laboratories and a few niche applications. Today, virtually every tablet and smartphone is capable of sophisticated vision functions such as hand gesture recognition, face recognition, gaze tracking, and object recognition. These capabilities are being used to enable new types of applications, user interfaces, and use …

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Why the Future of Self-Driving Cars Depends on Visual Computing

This article was originally published at NVIDIA's blog. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA. Everybody hates driving through cross-town traffic. This week, Google said they’re doing something about it, announcing that they’ve shifted the focus of their Self-Driving Car Project from cruising down freeways to mastering city streets. The blog post, by …

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