Embedded Vision Insights: September 22, 2015 Edition
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In this edition of Embedded Vision Insights:
- OpenCL on FPGAs for Deep Learning and Other Applications
- Histogram of Oriented Gradients Implementations
- Heterogeneous Computing Terms Explained
- Embedded Vision in the News
|LETTER FROM THE EDITOR|
The final set of technical presentations from this year's Embedded Vision Summit is now on the Alliance website; I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you a bit about each of them. In "Enabling the Factory of the Future with Embedded Vision," Andy Chang, Senior Manager of Academic Research at National Instruments, explores how vision can be used to enable advanced manufacturing capabilities such as high-speed automated inspection and sorting, vision-guided robots that adapt to changing situations and collaborate safely with humans, and augmented reality to guide and assist human workers.
Herman Yau, Co-Founder and CEO of Tend, used his "Vision-as-a-Service: Democratization of Vision for Consumers and Businesses" talk to explain the architecture and business model behind VaaS, show how it is being deployed in a wide range of real-world use cases, and highlight some of the key challenges for VaaS and how they can be overcome. And in "Bringing New Capabilities to Users and Industries with Mobile 3D Vision," VanGogh Imaging's President Ken Lee explains how 3D vision differs from traditional approaches, highlights techniques that make 3D vision feasible in mobile devices, and shows how this technology is being used today to change...