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2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story
2011-06-03 TI joins Embedded Vision Alliance
TI has announced its membership to the Embedded Vision Alliance, an industry collaboration that aims to enable rapid growth of computer vision in embedded systems.
2013-11-20 Taking a look at the embedded vision market
As the market shifts to "vision" processing, the industry has focused over how fast and how accurately a processor can capture, dissect and interpret data that is comprehensible to an embedded system
2013-10-01 Radar, vision sensing to enhance automotive safety
In hopes of receiving high safety ratings from Euro NCAP, Carmakers are making a push to standardise radar and vision sensor features for all vehicles
2011-04-25 New group eyes computer vision for mobile devices
Embedded Vision Alliance will push computer vision to be the killer app for future mobile devices, confident that user interfaces combining gesture, voice and face recognition will become pervasive.
2013-09-27 Enable depth discernment in embedded vision apps
Explore the depth sensor technology alternatives available for building vision applications with the ability to sense objects in three dimensions
2012-07-16 Embedded vision: Emerging opportunity for FPGAs
Learn about embedded vision and its applications, including military and aerospace
2013-02-15 Embedded vision to drive new wave of mobile devices
Imaging has decidedly become a hot topic among a diverse world of system engineers including those who build automotive, mobile handsets, tablets, PCs, digital TVs or medical devices.
2015-04-20 Embedded vision makes its way to smart industrial machines
Computer vision, aided by low-cost and energy-efficient processors, is leading a new wave of machine vision, which expands the capabilities of industrial machinery.
1999-12-21 Computer vision face tracking for use in a perceptual user interface
As a first step towards a perceptual user interface, a computer vision color tracking algorithm is developed and applied towards tracking human faces. Computer vision algorithms that are intended to form part of a perceptual user interface must be fast and efficient. They must be able to track in real time yet not absorb a major share of computational resources: other tasks must be able to run while the visual interface is being used. This application note discusses the mode of a color distribution within a video scene using the Continuously Adaptive Mean Shift (CAMSHIFT) algorithm.
2013-04-04 Car apps boost embedded vision market
IMS Research said revenue in 2013 for special-purpose computer vision processors used in under-the-hood automotive applications is seen to reach $151 million, up from $137 million last year.
2012-04-03 Breakthroughs in computer vision seen by DARPA
The Mind's Eye program from the agency aims to develop breakthrough algorithms for automatically recognizing and describing human activities.
2010-10-07 Vision-guided system deployments rising as costs fall
Study shows more industries adopting vision and vision-guided manufacturing systems
2005-07-07 The other computer inside
At one point in its history, Cirrus Logic made so many PC peripheral chips that its glossy annual report referred to itself as "The Other Computer Inside". At its height, Cirrus was taking close to $1 billion in revenues from the PC market
2008-01-02 Quantum computer flexes capability
D-Wave Systems Inc. collaborated with Google to demonstrate how quantum computers can perform image recognition tasks at speeds rivaling human capabilities.
2002-06-04 NI upgrades embedded vision systems software
National Instruments Corp. has announces version 6.1 of its Vision Development Module software used by engineers and scientists to create embedded vision systems for greater reliability in applications such as automated inspection and alignment in manufacturing
2006-04-11 Machine vision cameras come with GbE and FireWire-b
Basler introduces two new camera familiesBasler Scout and Basler Pioneer.
2015-06-05 Energy sector begins hunt for cognitive computer
Dynamic Risk announce the Cognitive Computing Challenge, a $200,000 incentive prize for developing real-time cognitive software that combines data mining and pattern recognition techniques.
2014-07-31 Display screen automatically corrects vision
The algorithm, developed at UC Berkeley, works by adjusting the intensity of each direction of light that emanates from a single pixel in an image based upon a user's specific visual impairment.
2013-07-16 Contact lens switches from normal to magnified vision
A team of engineers designed a telescopic contact lens that can switch between normal and magnified vision by using slightly modified off-the-shelf 3D television glasses
2012-06-08 Computer-on-modules target intelligent embedded systems
Kontron's COM Express basic COMe-bIP# modules are available in Type 2 and Type 6 pin-outs with numerous different processors for long-term availability,
2006-12-19 CMOS imager chips enable true machine vision
New CMOS imager chips are emerging that directly sense depth3D pixel-by-pixelenabling machine vision to realize its goal of perceiving objects, and reacting appropriately
2005-05-23 Automakers look to new vision for telematics
Let's run through telematics' resume and take a peek at where it went wrong
2002-03-21 Arrow to offer Polar Vision optical enhancements
Arrow Electronics Inc.'s North American Computer Products group has entered into a strategic alliance with Polar Vision, an optical components and lamination service provider, to offer new enhancement capabilities to display customers.
2007-01-29 12-in touch panel computer rolls for NI LabVIEW
National Instruments has released a 12-inch touch panel computer which works with the NI LabVIEW 8.20 Touch Panel Module
2015-11-02 Wireless vision able to capture images behind walls
MIT researchers developed a technology called RF Capture that lends itself to potential applications such as virtual reality, smart homes and even film-making.
2013-10-25 Oracle inches closer to macrochip vision with low-power laser
Oracle Labs is developing a low-power laser it hopes will be a significant driver in the adoption of silicon photonics.
2002-11-08 IBM reveals vision of the next-generation PC
IBM Corp.'s Personal Computer Division previewed technologies intended to make PCs smarter and easier to maintain
2009-02-11 PoCL frame grabber boasts 4Gbit/s transfer rate
Adlink Technology Inc. has released the PCIe-CPL64 frame grabber supporting the power over camera link (PoCL) standard.
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