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Movidius Redefines Computer Vision
6/6/2014

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Movidius Myriad silicon platform makes massive use of parallelism to do the kinds of things that the human visual cortex does.
(Source: Movidius)
Movidius Myriad silicon platform makes massive use of parallelism to do the kinds of things that the human visual cortex does.
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R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: Movidius - Meaning?
R_Colin_Johnson   6/9/2014 5:13:33 PM
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According to the company: "While it may sound like it, Movidius actually doesn't have any specific etymology."

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BrainiacVI   6/9/2014 3:38:51 PM
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Does this mean it will be subject to the same optical illusions the human eye is subject to? (Gray dots in the white intersections of black boxes, etc.?)

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Movidius - Meaning?
_hm   6/8/2014 2:09:15 PM
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@Colin: Does Movidius has specific meaning and can you get its etymology?

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Re: Debug and Testing
DrFPGA   6/8/2014 1:58:57 PM
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Rare to find software development engineers with a focus on building customer test and debugging, but maybe these guys will include it. Interested to find out...

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R_Colin_Johnson   6/8/2014 1:17:55 PM
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90% of their staff are software engineers. Lets hope some of them at creating what you call an "image hose".

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DrFPGA   6/7/2014 6:22:31 PM
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I hope they are also creating a suite of example video inp;uts that can be used as the 'image hose' to blast at customer designs. IMHO, the 'fuzzy' nature of some of the object attributes they are capturing will require significant testing and debugging. That's where the development time black hole will be...

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