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You can watch a video of an earlier related presentation by Gary Bradski on the Alliance web site: http://bit.ly/SIKVvM (free registration required).
Gary Bradski's presentation was part of the Embedded Vision Summit, presented by the Embedded Vision Alliance (www.Embedded-Vision.com). The Alliance is a partnership of 26 technology companies dedicated to providing free, high-quality educational resources to engineers interested in creating "machines that see."
You can watch a video of an earlier related presentation by Gary Bradski on the Alliance web site: http://bit.ly/SIKVvM(free registration required). Video of Gary's latest presentation this week at the Embedded Vision Summit will become available on the Alliance web site in the coming weeks. To be notified when it becomes available, sign up for the Embedded Vision Insights newsletter: http://bit.ly/UmZaHS.
And, for those interested in learning more about OpenCV and getting started quickly using it, check out the excellent free resources here: http://bit.ly/PHhdbH
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