What would be the best low cost tool to start development of embedded vision application?
Great question. There are many option. One of the most popular environments for vision algorithm/application development on the PC is OpenCV. On the Embedded Vision Alliance website, you can download a free OpenCV kit that will get you up and runnnig quickly -- all you need is a PC, a webcam, and the free VMware player.
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