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Image segmentation is a process of subdividing an image into constituent parts or objects for detailed analysis. The resulting high-level information is useful in computer vision applications, like the self-driving robot described in the QDN learning resource Qualcomm Robotics RB3 Drives Turtlebot 3 Burger.
Suppose you're building a new augmented reality (AR) wearable for an enterprise customer who needs it as soon as possible. Should you cobble together technologies like 3D rendering, computer vision and natural language processing on your own, or use components that already contain them as an integrated whole?
That was an easy decision for Youbiquo when it was designing and engineering its Talens Halo, and it should be an easy one for you too.
Learn more about Thread, an emerging IoT protocol designed to meet the interoperability, security, power, and architectural challenges for smart homes and building automation applications.
Like most of us, your experience with human machine interaction (HMI) probably began with 2D computer desktop graphic user interfaces (GUIs). Recently, HMI has grown to encompass movements and gestures made possible by touchscreen sensors on mobile devices. HMI is now entering a whole new era, as extended reality (XR) is gaining prevalence in enterprise.
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