Embedded Vision Insights: January 17, 2012 Edition
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Welcome to the premier 2012 edition of Embedded Vision Insights, the newsletter of the Embedded Vision Alliance.
Last week's Consumer Electronics Show provided a plethora of reminders that embedded vision is no longer just the promising future but is also the already-successful present. Embedded Vision Alliance member CEVA, for example, publicly released a vision-optimized processor core. EVA member CogniVue unveiled a small, low-power smart camera development module. And check out the diversity of other daily news writeups that I filed throughout the week:
- Intel's Ultrabook Gesture Interface Cues: For EVA Followers, They're Old News
- Microsoft Kinect's Increasingly Upbeat Fate: Sales, Hardware and Software Updates
- Embedded Vision for Driver Assistance: An Aftermarket-Enabled Transition, Albeit via Camera Phone Assimilation?
- A Six-By-Six Pixel Cluster: Fujifilm Take Another Stab at the Image Sensor
- A Living Room (Embedded) Vision: Samsung Brings Image Sensors to the Television
- The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0: Upgraded Video Capture Steals the (Consumer Electronics) Show
- Eye-Tracking Technology: A Tobii Demonstration and Freescale's Aspiration
- Online Clothes Shopping: Bodymetrics' PrimeSense-Enabled Offering
- Camera Cognition: Finally, True Facial Recognition
Jeff Bier and Jeremy Giddings represented the Embedded Vision Alliance at CES and videorecorded many of the demonstrations they saw, some of which are already posted with others to be published pending interviewee approval. Bier and Giddings met with both current and prospective new EVA members at CES, along with educating press representatives on Alliance progress and plans, and left Las Vegas...