Results for: computer vision

Improving VR Performance Using Motion Estimation OpenGL Extensions

XR presents many challenges, with its high framerate requirements, high resolution, and low latency, all within a small power and thermal budget. One foundational technology that can be used to...

Pushing the Limits of Drones with Skydio Autonomy

Drones hold the potential to touch a myriad of industries, unlock new business outcomes, and deliver countless benefits. This is especially true when legacy methods involve heavy equipment that...

Deploying robotics applications — Using image segmentation to drive the Turtlebot3 Burger

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...

Top 5 QDN Projects for 2019

Technology resources available through Qualcomm Developer Network (QDN) are used by many different types of developers around the world ranging from our industry customers, OEMs, and ecosystem...

A handful of FIRST students, hundreds of dominoes, and our Rube Goldberg Machine

What’s the simplest way to go from IMPOSSIBLE to POSSIBLE? Well, you could just walk across the room and knock down the I and the M: But that’s not the Rube Goldberg way! That’s not the FIRST way...

Handling Moving Objects in Video Capture

Computer vision applications often need to process multi-frame images, such as those acquired through video capture. As a result, one of the most important aspects of this processing is the ability...

A Four-Phase Strategy for Robotic Vision Processing, Part Two

In Part 1 of this two-part series on machine vision for robotics, we discussed how advances in technology are allowing today's robots to see, analyze, and make decisions more like humans. This...

A Four-Phase Strategy for Robotic Vision Processing, Part One

The Evolution of Vision in Robotics First-generation consumer robots, such as the first robotic vacuum cleaners introduced to consumers, were relatively simplistic and had limited abilities to self-...

The Qualcomm Robotics RB3 Development Kit — The Hardware, Software and Tools Your Customers Want in a Robot

Don’t laugh. We know it has skinny legs, a black eye and a face only a robot could love. But once you discover the variety of features, accessories and tools built into the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3...


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