October 10, 2013
Professor Brian Lovell of the University of Queensland, Australia, who's also Chief Technical Officer at Imagus Technology, is a well-known figure in the fields of fields of computer vision and pattern recognition. Lovell is also a long-time advisor to (and advocate of) the Embedded Vision Alliance.
October 2, 2013
Coming up soon (less than a month away, to be precise, as I write this post on September 9) is the second annual East Coast iteration of the Embedded Vision Summit, a free day-long technical educational forum to be held on October 2, 2013 at the Regency Inn and Conference Center in Westford, Massachusetts.
September 26, 2013
As I suspect a notable percentage of you already realize, Apple earlier this month unveiled its latest iPhone 5C and 5S cellular handsets, both of which went on sale last week.
September 26, 2013
Smartphones and tablets are compelling platforms for implementing embedded vision applications for numerous reasons, as I've already written and spoken about on several past occasions.
September 26, 2013
Kudos to Gizmodo for the heads-up on a just-published, very informative video by Computerphile, shown above. It captures an interview with several researchers from Nottingham Trent University's Interactive Systems Research Group in the United Kingdom. With clinical medical applications (such as use by stroke victims) in mind, they've developed a prototype gesture interface system that leverages a "glove", a Wiimote, and several open-source and free software packages.
September 5, 2013
Elon Musk is, I've concluded, the closest thing to Leonardo Da Vinci or another Renaissance Man that we have in modern times.
September 5, 2013
Intel's aspirations to evolve the means by which we interact with computers beyond the conventional keyboard, mouse and trackpad, specifically extending the "vision" (pun intended) to capabilities such as gestures, gaze tracking and face recognition, are well documented at this point.
August 30, 2013
Nokia and partner Microsoft, whose Lumia 1020 I wrote about two days ago, don’t (of course) have exclusive license to innovation within the camera-inclusive smartphone space.
August 28, 2013
As a recently published article authored by the Alliance notes, modern smartphones provide abundant imaging-related hardware resources and corresponding operating system and application capabilities that, while they might have been originally intended for still and video photography and videoconferencing purposes, are equally applicable to a variety of embedded vision applications.
August 23, 2013
Earlier this month, I passed along word of the teardown of the Leap Motion gesture interface peripheral, one of the better-known recent embedded vision examples by virtue of its consumer electronics focus and consequent extensive potential-customer interest and press coverage.