Embedded Vision Insights: October 6, 2015 Edition
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In this edition of Embedded Vision Insights:
- GPU-Accelerated Computer Vision Processing
- The Low-Power Image Recognition Challenge
- OpenCL for Vision Acceleration on FPGAs
- Embedded Vision Community Conversations
- Embedded Vision in the News
|LETTER FROM THE EDITOR|
GPU-based vision processing acceleration via the OpenCL API framework and other heterogeneous computing toolsets, discussed in the first two in a series of technical articles written by Imagination Technologies, represents one of the notable recent additions to the Alliance website. Check out "The Complete Glossary to Heterogeneous Compute" and "A Primer on Mobile Systems Used for Heterogeneous Computing," and keep an eye on the site for more writeups to come in the coming weeks.
The Alliance has also published several new technology and product demonstration videos in the past several weeks, the latest in a growing abundance of such content. See, from May's Embedded Vision Summit, Avnet's demonstration of face analytics, and videantis' demonstrations of structure from motion, pedestrian detection, and face detection. And from last month's Alliance Member Meeting...