My Passion for Computer Vision
In 2007, I joined Texas Instruments as a founding member of the Embedded Vision R&D team. Over the years, we developed a number of embedded prototypes and DSP-optimized libraries that advanced the state-of-the-art in automotive, video, and gesture interfaces.
Our operations were analogous to a computer vision tune-up, combining algorithmic insights with architectural know-how. We would start with a little "algorithmic surgery" to render applications more embedded-friendly. Then we would optimize the C code through C6x intrinsics to ensure tight SW pipelines so that we got full performance out of DSP's parallelism. Finally, we would craft "data flows" to manage pixel-intensive data traffic between off-chip (DDR) and on-chip memories (L1, L2 buffers) through the Direct Memory Access. Our end results always yielded speedier, more agile algorithms much to the delight of our customers.
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