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Dual-image sensor stereo camera FPGA-based reference design from Lattice and Aptina

1/8/2012 04:22 PM EST
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DrFPGA   1/18/2012 9:30:20 PM
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Algorithms that combine multiple camera feeds to compute velocity and acceleration for crash prediction could be useful too. Lots of cool possibilities once you have good data sources.

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Ryan Tennill   1/12/2012 6:07:13 PM
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I got very excited for a moment thinking that someone had come across the design our company recently finished which is very similar but merges two 14MP sensors which can be accessed through Ethernet or USB and also provides a 1080p scaled output of both images side-by-side....alas I will have to do it myself!

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