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Embedded Vision Insights: May 1, 2012 Edition

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Dear Colleague,

I've got Israel on the brain of late, it seems. And it's not just because the 40 days of Lent wrapped up a few weeks ago with Easter (roughly coincident with Passover for my Jewish friends and associates). It's because Israel has become a particular hotbed of embedded vision technology and product innovation. Of the twenty current members of the Embedded Vision Alliance, three (CEVA, eyeSight Mobile Technologies, and Omek Interactive) are headquartered in Israel; many other member companies have Israeli subsidiaries.

Gesture interface software developer eyeSight is the latest company to become a member of the Embedded Vision Alliance. The company may be a familiar name to many of you, as I've covered it in at least two past news write-ups, along with a