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Embedded Vision Insights: December 10, 2012 Edition

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Dear Colleague,

As you read these words, I'm in Austin, Texas at the Q4 2012 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Summit. With video camera in hand, I look forward to capturing, editing, uploading and sharing with you some of the presentations that I'll be both attending and participating in:

  • The keynote from Kristen Grauman (Associate Professor, Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin) on "Big Challenges and Recent Advances in Machine Learning for Vision"
  • The market trends tutorial from John Morse (Senior Market Analyst, IMS Research) on Machine Vision Applications, and
  • The technology trends tutorial on Mobile Vision Applications

I'll be co-delivering the latter presentation with BDTI Senior Engineer Eric Gregori, likely a familiar name to those of you who've already perused other content on the Embedded Vision Alliance website, and with Rony Greenberg, Vice President of Business Development at eyeSight Mobile Technologies. In the process of developing the presentation, Eric came across some interesting topics and questions regarding Android development and computational photography, which he's posted to the Alliance website's discussion forum section for your feedback. More generally, I encourage you to, on an ongoing basis, tap into the collective wisdom of the embedded vision community by both posting new discussion forum topics and responding to the comments published by your peers.

This will be the last edition of Embedded Vision Insights for 2012; the next iteration is currently scheduled for send-out in early January. Thanks as always for your support of the Embedded Vision Alliance, and...