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Video Interviews & Demos

Vision processing-based face recognition is one of the smart watch-implemented applications showcased in this demonstration video.

TDA2x has the flexibility and scalability to support running multiple concurrent algorithms on different cores via the Vision SDK framework.

Selective region-of-interest compression occurs in conjunction with a GPU-accelerated face detection algorithm.

NVIDIA's David Anderson demonstrates the company's Drive Studio development tool, which enables the creation of user experience interfaces.

Altera's solution for stereo vision IP runs on the company's Cyclone V SoC.

videantis' demonstration is applicable to ADAS as well as other applications, and runs on the company's vision processing cores.

CogniVue's demonstration examples include both ADAS and consumer electronics applications, running on multiple generations of APEX ICPs.

Brian Dipert discusses vision-based consumer electronics historical developments, current status and future trends with analyst John Feland.

Brian Dipert discusses vision-based ADAS historical developments, current status and future trends with market analyst Ian Riches at CES.

Videantis' demonstration examples include structure from motion and pedestrian detection algorithms, both implemented in ADAS applications.

VanGogh Imaging's demonstration examples include object recognition and 3D modeling, both running on modest processing hardware.

SarmoTek's ADAS algorithms account for for high vehicle speed, modest processor performance, and challenging environmental conditions.

Auviz Systems' AuvizCV functions are optimized versions of OpenCV algorithms. This video demos histogram equalization and Harris Corners.

Almalence's "Super Sensor" computational photography algorithms deliver increased resolution, dynamic range and low light sensitivity.

John Feland of Argus Insights delivers a presentation at the December 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

Elif Albuz of NVIDIA delivers a presentation at the December 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

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Doug Johnston of Prism Skylabs delivers a presentation at the December 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

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The AdasWorks (Kishonti) Automated Driving solution relies only on vision-based information processed from one front-facing camera.

Linley Gwennap of the Linley Group delivers a presentation at the September 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

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Dr. Ren Wu of Baidu delivers a presentation at the September 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

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