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Development of high-speed and real-time vision platform, H3 vision

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Development of high-speed and real-time vision platform, H3 vision
— In this paper, we introduce a high-speed vision platform, H3 (Hiroshima Hyper Human) Vision, which can simultaneously process a 1024× 1024 pixel image at 1000 fps and a 256× 256 pixel image at 10000 fps by implementing image processing algorithms as hardware logic on a dedicated FPGA board. Various types of algorithms are actually implemented to show that H3 Vision can work a high-speed image processing engine. Experimental results are shown for multi-target color tracking, feature point tracking, optical flow detection, and pattern recognition by using high-order local auto-correlation (HLAC) feature at a frame rate of 1000 fps or more.
Idaku Ishii, Taku Taniguchi, Ryo Sukenobe, Kenichi
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IROS
Authors Idaku Ishii, Taku Taniguchi, Ryo Sukenobe, Kenichi Yamamoto
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