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Vision: Promise & Challenge of Heterogeneous Processing
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4/8/2014   Post a comment
Guest blogger Vin Ratford returns to highlight the opportunities and challenges for heterogeneous processors.
Embedded Vision: Detect Pedestrians
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2/10/2014   Post a comment
Recently published European New Car Assessment Program test results reveal significantly better detection performance from Subaru Outback's vision-based system versus radar and Lidar.
Automated Face Analysis Gets Real
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1/27/2014   2 comments
Face analysis algorithms can now make a pretty good guess at age and gender, but face recognition is admittedly not yet perfect.
Comment: Re: everywhere - JeffBier - 9/27/2013
Comment: It's not either-or - JeffBier - 9/27/2013
3D Sensing Gets Personal
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9/27/2013   6 comments
Microsoft's Kinect is the most successful application of vision technologies applied in new types of user interfaces for the consumer market.
In Embedded Vision, Sensors Rule, Part 2
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9/10/2013   Post a comment
Lately I’ve realized that new image sensor capabilities (such as 3D, higher resolution, faster frame rates, and increased dynamic range) are having a dramatic impact on system architecture and algorithms.
In Embedded Vision, Sensors Rule, Part 1
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8/16/2013   9 comments
Machines that see and understand are only as good as their eyes: Image sensors are central to embedded vision, explains Xilinx's Vin Ratford.
Comment: Good perspective - JeffBier - 7/21/2013
Comment: Re: Great Article - JeffBier - 7/12/2013
Comment: Re: Compilers - JeffBier - 7/11/2013
Embedded Vision Slideshow: New Age of Machines That See
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4/4/2013   2 comments
Computer vision, for decades a niche technology, hits the mainstream. The Embedded Vision Summit in April explains the latest innovations.
Comment: re: The Rise Of Embedded Vision - 3/14/2013
The next killer app: Machines that see
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3/30/2012   12 comments
processor vendors are beginning to focus on embedded vision applications and to tune their processors for such apps, often by incorporating specialized co-processors designed for vision processing.
And Stellaris Makes Four: But TI's expanding CPU line may work against it
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7/1/2009   Post a comment
With the purchase of Luminary Micro and its Stellaris family of Cortex-M3 MCUs, Texas Instruments now has four distinct CPU architectures and is the only company with a CPU/DSP continuum. However, while it's an increasingly formidable MCU player, the incompatibility of these four CPU lines may be a problem.
Impulse Response: Massively parallel chips can lead to sticky software
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5/20/2009   Post a comment
Multicore and massively parallel chips are gaining momentum in embedded applications, and their increasing market acceptance is likely to have some interesting consequences. One of these, I believe, may be that companies that make massively parallel chips and tools—and their customers—will have to grapple with "stickier" software.


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The Martian: A Delightful Exploration of Math, Mars & Feces
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To say that Andy Weir's The Martian is an exploration of math, Mars, and feces is a slight simplification. I doubt that the author would have any complaints, though.

The Engineering Life - Around the Web
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Surprise TOQ Teardown at EELive!
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This year, for EELive! I had a little surprise that I was quite eager to share. Qualcom had given us a TOQ smart watch in order to award someone a prize. We were given complete freedom to ...

Design Contests & Competitions
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Join The Balancing Act With April's Caption Contest
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Sometimes it can feel like you're really performing in the big tent when presenting your hardware. This month's caption contest exemplifies this wonderfully.

Engineering Investigations
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Frankenstein's Fix: The Winners Announced!
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The Frankenstein's Fix contest for the Tektronix Scope has finally officially come to an end. We had an incredibly amusing live chat earlier today to announce the winners. However, we ...

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