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An FPGA-based dual-image sensor design solution

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DrFPGA   4/21/2012 10:11:28 PM
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Here is a cleaner link to the above referenced article (I hope)... :http://www.eejournal.com/archives/articles/20101207-lattice/

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DrFPGA   4/21/2012 10:09:57 PM
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The use of multiple cameras in security applications seems to be a growing trend. The ability to identify depth accurately means the velocity, acceleration and relative position are much more easily computed and action taken based on these computations. Here is another article by Lattice that digs into this capability a bit more:http://www.eejournal.com/archives/articles/20101207-lattice/

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