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Embedded Vision Insights: May 21, 2013 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,

In the previous edition of Embedded Vision Insights, I mentioned that videos of the various presentations and demonstrations at the April 25 Embedded Vision Summit "will begin showing up on the site shortly." I wasn't kidding: shortly thereafter, the flood gates opened wide and content publication began in earnest. 16 event-related videos are now live on the Alliance website (with more following shortly), some of which I've highlighted below. They include the keynote from UC Berkeley's Professor Peiter Abbeel, along with overview presentations by the OpenCV Foundation's Gary Bradski and by the Embedded Vision Alliance's own Jeff Bier.

The first few product demo clips captured by the Alliance's video crew are now published, and Electronic Design's editorial staff also shot footage that day, which is also on the site and which I commend to your inspection. And speaking of video, CEVA also just published three interesting demonstrations that showcase the company's MM3101 imaging and vision processing core in action on three compelling applications; face recognition, ADAS (specifically, lane departure warning), and gesture...