Tutorial Presentations on Embedded Vision
Embedded Lucas-Kanade Tracking: How It Works, How to Implement It, and How to Use It, a tutorial presented at the 2014 Embedded Vision Summit. We present how the Lucas-Kanade tracker works and discuss its advantages, limitations, and how to make it more robust and useful. Using DSP-optimized functions from TI's Vision Library (VLIB), we show how to detect Harris feature points in real-time and track them from one frame to the next. Full video and slides available, © 2014 EVA.
Embedded 3D Stereo Vision: How It Works, How to Implement It, and How to Use It , a tutorial presented at the April 2013 Embedded Vision Summit. We demonstrate TI Stereo Module (TISMO), a DSP-optimized SW solution. We show how stereo depth information can help in various computer vision problems, including motion detection for video security, and obstacle detection for automotive and industrial safety. Full video and slides available, © 2013 EVA.
Moving Object Segmentation (MOS) for Security and Surveillance Applications, a tutorial presented at the September 2012 Embedded Vision Summit. We define the purpose and uses of MOS functions, outline specific case studies, market challenges and performance benchmarks, and highlight TI's Vision Library as a resource for MOS-related developments. Full video and slides available, © 2013 EVA.