Embedded Vision Insights: July 24, 2012 Edition
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In this edition of Embedded Vision Insights:
- Recent Alliance Member Summit and Upcoming Embedded Vision Event for Engineers
- A Gaze Tracking Demonstration
- Vision-Versus-Video Differentiation
- Embedded Vision in the News
|LETTER FROM THE EDITOR|
Phew! Another Embedded Vision Alliance Member Summit has come and gone, last Thursday to be precise. I'd like to thank all of the member companies who sent representatives, for your attendance and participation in the day's various activities. Special thanks go to Platinum member Xilinx for hosting the event, as well as to Industrial Perception's Gary Bradski, IMS Research's Jon Cropley, and BDTI's Shehrzad Qureshi for (respectively) their informative and interesting keynote, market trends and technology trends presentations.
And, speaking of events, the Alliance is pleased to announce its first-ever public embedded vision event for the engineering community. The Embedded Vision Summit will take place on September 19 in Boston, Massachusetts, concurrent with (and at the same venue as) the DESIGN East series of conferences, which include the Embedded Systems Conference Boston along with others. The event will be free of charge to qualified engineers, and will also be open to invited press and analysts.
The Embedded Vision Summit will provide a technical educational forum for engineers, including how-to presentations, seminars, demonstrations, and opportunities to interact with Alliance member companies. This event is intended to: