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Embedded Vision Insights: October 27, 2015 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,Embedded Vision Summit

Highlights of new content on the Alliance website include two interesting technical articles from Alliance member companies. "A Quick Guide to Writing OpenCL Kernels for PowerVR Rogue GPUs," one in a series of tutorials by Imagination Technologies, gives an overview of OpenCL programming fundamentals, followed by an explanation of OpenCL execution on the company's GPUs. And "Paving the Way to Self-Driving Cars with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems," by Texas Instruments, explores the evolution in vehicle sensing, intelligence and control that will ultimately lead to self-driving cars.

We also have some great new demo videos. In the fast-developing world of embedded vision, demos are valuable for proving the practical feasibility of new approaches, and in sparking your imagination as to how you might employ these approaches in your own designs. SarmoTek's demonstration of its ADAS software, Texas Instruments' demonstration of structured light depth sensing and...