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Embedded Vision Insights: August 20, 2013 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,

Last time, I alerted you to the recent publication of one of the videorecorded presentations from the July Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting, from Argus Insights' CEO, John Feland, Ph.D. This time, I'm happy to pass along the news of the publication of the other video from that event. It's the keynote, "High Speed Vision and Its Applications -- Sensor Fusion, Dynamic Image Control, Vision Architecture, and Meta-Perception," from Professor Masatoshi Ishikawa of Tokyo University. Some of you may remember having previously heard of Professor Ishikawa's work from a news writeup, "Vision-Superior Robot Trumps Humans At Rock-Paper-Scissors, Ping Pong Balls," published on the Alliance website a year ago. His more recent presentation on the diversity of applications enabled by ultra-high speed vision processing is both highly entertaining and educational, and I commend it to your inspection.

I'd also like to pass along some additional information about the upcoming October 2 Embedded Vision Summit East, a technical educational forum for product creators interested in incorporating visual intelligence into electronic systems and software, to be held at the Regency Inn and Conference Center in Westford, Massachusetts. I've previously mentioned the ...