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Embedded Vision Insights: August 12, 2014 Edition

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Dear Colleague,Embedded Vision Summit

After having wrapped up publication of the videos of technical presentations from the May Embedded Vision Summit, we're now about halfway through publishing that event's product demonstration videos. In auditioning them, I'm reminded of the breath and depth of practical computer vision educational content that they (and the event they came from) represent. AMD, for example, demonstrated heterogenous processing of vision algorithms, while Analog Devices discussed its processors' face detection, character recognition and pattern recognition capabilities.

ARM also demonstrated heterogenous processing, specifically in the form of facial analysis and gesture interface algorithms accelerated on the company's GPU cores via OpenCL. Bluetechnix and inrevium AMERICA both showcased time-of-flight sensors, representing one of the...