Embedded Vision Alliance: Blog

Book Review: Data Science and Visual Computing

This blog post was originally published at the Jon Peddie Research website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Jon Peddie Research.

Types of Tracking Defined: Skeletal Tracking, Gestures, Object Tracking and More

This blog post was originally published at Intel's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Intel.

Accelerating AI Performance in an Open Software Ecosystem

This blog post was originally published at Codeplay Software's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Codeplay Software.

Image Processing and Computer Vision in One Package: A Logical Next Step

Computer vision on the edge is a good start but it isn’t enough. It needs to deal with distorted images from wide-angle lenses, image stabilization, low-light conditions and other imaging functions we already see in more advanced applications. And it has to continue to do so at low cost and low power.

Consumers and businesses have always wanted more for less and they always will; this drives our markets and creates unbounded opportunities for technology innovators. In the systems world, more for less always means one thing – higher levels of integration.

Hollywood and the Ncam Mk2 Camera Bar with Intel® RealSense™ Technology

This blog post was originally published at Intel's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Intel.

CVAT: Speeding Up Image Annotation Since 2018

This blog post was originally published at Intel's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Intel.

Show Report Highlights Automotive Advancements and Trends

This blog post was originally published at videantis' website. It is reprinted here with the permission of videantis.

It’s been several weeks since AutoSens was held in Detroit and there are only a few weeks left until AutoSens will again land at the beautiful AutoWorld car museum in Brussels in September. Seems like this is the right time to again write about what’s going on in automotive sensing and perception at AutoSens.

Region of Interest Tracking Use Case: Camera Effects

This blog post was originally published by Teleidoscope. It is reprinted here with the permission of Teleidoscope.

Quick Recap

Region of Interest(ROI) trackers are used for tracking arbitrary moving objects or regions of an image. One example of this might be tracking something like a bottle, a car, a shoe or a face.

Case Study: ResNet50 with DALI

This blog post was originally published at NVIDIA's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA.

A “Not-So-Simple” Matter of Perception for Safe Self-Driving Cars and ADAS

This blog post was originally published at Algolux's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Algolux.