This illuminating collection offers a fresh look at the very latest advances in the field of embedded computer vision. Emerging areas covered by this comprehensive text/reference include the embedded realization of 3D vision technologies for a variety of applications, such as stereo cameras on mobile devices. Recent trends towards the development of small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) with embedded image and video processing algorithms are also examined. Topics and features: discusses in detail three major success stories a the development of the optical mouse, vision for consumer robotics, and vision for automotive safety; reviews state-of-the-art research on embedded 3D vision, UAVs, automotive vision, mobile vision apps, and augmented reality; examines the potential of embedded computer vision in such cutting-edge areas as the Internet of Things, the mining of large data streams, and in computational sensing; describes historical successes, current implementations, and future challenges.It also returns relevant how-to information or even virtual overlays of maintenance instructions, animated in real-time and in 3D . Cloud-based architecture pushes digital information directly to the device, meaning the user will never have to update the app. Using 2D and 3D tracking technology, the user positions the camera of the mobile device directly over the individual vehicle elements, instantlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Advances in Embedded Computer Vision|
|Author||:||Branislav Kisačanin, Margrit Gelautz|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2014-11-26|