Your slide talks about implementing CPU in FPGA, but there is a new class of FPGA with embeded ARM A-9 core which in my mind is one of the best options for embeded vision. ZYNQ from Xilinx and HPS from Altera. Have you looked at those chips?
I'm glad you asked! I wanted to mention Zynq but ran out of time. I thihk the combination of the high-performance CPU subsystem integrated with the FPGA on one chip is very promising for many embedded vision applications. The key challenge will be making it easy to use.
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