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Whiteboard Wednesdays—Imaging, Video, and Embedded Vision

Comments(1)Filed under: Tensilica, Whiteboard Wednesdays, Design IP, video, embedded vision, imaging, IP, imaging videoToday, our continuing Whiteboard Wednesdays video blog series will shed some light and provide practical insights on imaging video.

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays episode, Gary Brown, from the Tensilica Imaging and Video Division at Cadence, talks about imaging, video, and embedded vision technologies that are being worked on today. Gary gives a high-level overview of the industry sectors and end products that leverage these technologies and some of the tradeoffs that need to be considered during the design process.
 
 

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By Robert and yumi on February 10, 2014
Gary you're a star! But we can't understand all the jargon, but it must be genius

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