Videos hosted on the Embedded Vision Alliance Site
Texas Instruments Product Demonstration at the March 2012 Embedded Vision Alliance Summit
Bruce Flinchbaugh, Fellow and Manager of Vision R&D, demonstrates Texas Instruments' latest embedded vision technologies and products at the March 2012 Embedded Vision Alliance Summit.
Automotive Rear View Camera Demonstration on TI’s DM6437 Evaluation Module
Rear view camera image processing is one of the key emerging capabilities of advanced driver assistance and safety systems. In this demonstration by Goksel Dedeoglu, manager of TI’s vision R&D and member of TI’s technical staff, images captured by a rear view camera are fed to a 500 MHz DM6437 (TMS320DM6437) EVM. Algorithms running on the board eliminate fisheye lens distortion and alter the driver's perceived angle of view, providing an improved perspective of potential objects behind the vehicle. The software consumes less than 30 Mhz of the available processing resources, leaving 95% of the compute power available for other functions.
Embedded Vision Alliance Conversation with Jeremiah Golston
Brian Dipert, Editor-In-Chief of the Embedded Vision Alliance, interviews Jeremiah Golston, Texas Instruments Fellow and Chief Architect of the company's DaVinci product line. They discuss Jeremiah's background in video (generally) and embedded vision (specifically), how the company's product line (guided by Jeremiah's architecture definition work) has evolved over the years in response to the needs of various imaging applications, and how it meets (and will further evolve to meet) the needs of various embedded vision applications both now and in the future.
Embedded Vision Alliance Conversation with Brian Carlson
Brian Dipert, Editor-In-Chief of the Embedded Vision Alliance, interviews Brian Carlson, Texas Instruments Senior Technology Strategist in the Wireless OMAP Business Unit. The two Brians discuss the burgeoning opportunity for embedded vision in smartphones, tablets, ultralight netbooks and other mobile communications and computing device form factors, Texas Instruments' current and future product plans for addressing the markets' opportunities, and the necessity for close coordination between TI and other embedded vision industry participants (in forums such as the Embedded Vision Alliance) in order to translate the opportunity into reality as rapidly and comprehensively as possible.
Embedded Vision Alliance Conversation with Bruce Flinchbaugh
Jeff Bier, Founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance, interviews Bruce Flinchbaugh, Texas Instruments Fellow and Manager of Vision R&D. Bruce, a pioneer in embedded vision whose career in vision technology spans 40 years, talks about the origins of Texas Instruments now-established businesses in automotive vision and video surveillance applications. Jeff and Bruce also discuss the heterogeneous processor architectures used by TI for embedded vision applications, and how TI’s customers harness these architectures to realize their applications.
Embedded Vision Alliance Conversation with Goksel Dedeoglu
Jeff Bier, Founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance, interviews Goksel Dedeoglu, Texas Instruments Member of the Technical Staff in Vision R&D. Goksel, who began his career in vision technology as a university researcher (including earning a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University), explains some of the key trade-offs faced by TI in creating its "VLIB" vision software component library. Jeff and Goksel also explore challenges and best practices for embedded vision system development.
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