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Refocusing Our Embedded Vision

How FPGAs Will Shape the Future of Embedded Vision

In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, Mario Bergeron (Avnet) and I are scanning the horizon to get a closer look at how FPGAs will shape the future of embedded vision. We explore why embedded vision is a killer app for SoC FPGAs and why there won’t be just one embedded vision to rule them all. Also this week, I check out a new 3D-printed material that changes texture on demand.

 

 

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More information about the Embedded Vision Summit

Avnet Electronics Marketing Design Expert to Demystify SoC FPGA Development Methodology in Embedded Vision Summit Technical Presentation

New Episode of Chalk Talk: Connecting ZYNQ-7000 All Programmable SoCs with TE Connectivity Interconnect Products

Whitepaper: Locally and Dynamically Controllable Surface Topography Through the Use of Particle-Enhanced Soft Composites

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