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Re: Day 1: Introduction to Embedded Vision
flared0ne   9/10/2012 2:58:08 PM
I WILL be hoping to hear if you're familiar with the Leap sensor; 0.01mm repeatable position precision, between 32 and 200 frames per second, uses between 2% and 5% of a generic PC's CPU time running the algorithms that actually extract position data from the sensor's data stream... Range limitation is the  chief drawback (at the moment); their initial product is designed as a desktop-worksurface solution, only monitors an eight cubic foot volume (which STILL manages to yield around 3.25 giga-bits of position data, if you do a ten-micrometer grid across the back surface of an approximately two foot radius field-of-view)... But that will be tomorrow's discussion, re "Fundamentals of Image Sensors", right?

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