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Introduction to OpenCV for Tegra

Do you want to write your own blazing fast, interactive mobile apps using computer vision technology? Apps that can make your camera smarter, find people's faces, understand their gestures, interpret scenes and augment them with graphics? The Tegra super chip and the OpenCV for Tegra library can help you to do just that! OpenCV for …

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Real-Time Traffic Sign Recognition on Mobile Processors

There is a growing need for fast and power-efficient computer vision on embedded devices. This session will focus on computer vision capabilities on embedded platforms available to ADAS developers, covering the OpenCV CUDA implementation and the new computer vision standard, OpenVX. In addition, Itseez traffic sign detection will be showcased. The algorithm is capable of …

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Getting Started With GPU-Accelerated Computer Vision Using OpenCV and CUDA

OpenCV is a free library for research and commercial purposes that includes hundreds of optimized computer vision and image processing algorithms. NVIDIA and Itseez have optimized many OpenCV functions using CUDA on desktop machines equipped with NVIDIA GPUs. These functions are 5 to 100 times faster in wall-clock time compared to their CPU counterparts. Anatoly …

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January 2014 Consumer Electronics Show Product Demonstration: ARM

Phill Smith, Demo Solutions Manager, demonstrates ARM's latest embedded vision technologies and products at the January 2014 Consumer Electronics Show. Specifically, Smith demonstrates various gesture-interface applications that are hardware-accelerated by the company's Mali GPU cores.

January 2014 Consumer Electronics Show Product Demonstration: CEVA

Yair Siegel, Director of Product Marketing, demonstrates CEVA's latest embedded vision technologies and products at the January 2014 Consumer Electronics Show. Specifically, Yair demonstrates various embedded vision algorithms running on the company's MM-3101 imaging and vision processing core.

December 2013 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting Presentation: “OpenVX, the New Hardware Acceleration API for Computer Vision Applications and Libraries,” Neil Trevett, Khronos

Neil Trevett, President of Khronos and Vice President at NVIDIA, presents on the just-released OpenVX 1.0 provisional specification at the December 2013 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting. OpenVX is a hardware acceleration API for computer vision applications and libraries.

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