Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, has published an informative Technical View article entitled “Embedding Computer Vision in Electronics Devices: How New Hardware and Software Choices Have Changed the Designer’s Approach.”
Featured in the February issue of FTM (Future Technology Magazine), and written by Richard Parker, a Future Advanced Engineer for High-End Products at Future Electronics, the article discusses new design possibilities given today’s available technology, and provides a comprehensive overview of main image-processing functions, covering topics such as pre-processing, binary morphology, image-transform filters, feature detection, face detection and more.
The author provides helpful information about new hardware and software choices which are opening up more options for embedded developers, and how the latest technologies can be used to improve designs. Parker says, “It is now possible to implement computer vision more quickly and more easily than ever within tight power, cost and size restraints.”
The full article can be read at: http://publications.futureelectronics.com/publication/c47fa0fd#/c47fa0fd/22
For additional information about computer vision, pre-processing, binary morphology, image transform filters, feature direction, and face detection, along with access to the world’s largest available-to-sell inventory, please visit www.FutureElectronics.com.
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