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Building Machines That See: Finding Edges in Images

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By Eric Gregori
Senior Software Engineer
BDTI
This article was originally published at EE Times' Embedded.com Design Line. It is reprinted here with the permission of EE Times.

With the emergence of increasingly capable low-cost processors and image sensors, it’s becoming practical to incorporate computer vision capabilities into a wide range of embedded systems, enabling them to analyze their environments via image and video inputs.

Products like Microsoft’s Kinect game controller and Mobileye’s driver assistance systems are raising awareness of the incredible potential of embedded vision technology. As a result, many embedded system designers are beginning to think about implementing embedded vision capabilities.

In this article, the second in a series, we...