Exhibitor Sessions

Visual Computing for Computational Photography and Computer Vision

Friday, 30 November 14:00 - 14:45 | Conference Hall K

Cameras are everywhere, including the phone in your pocket. We first discuss an enabler for Computational Photography called FCam, an API for precise control of the camera that allows quick capture of images with deterministic control parameters so you know exactly what you get and can combine the results to new output photographs. We then discuss OpenCV, a de-facto standard library for computer vision, which has been optimized to utilize Tegra's various processing elements such as the 4 ARM cores, the NEON SIMD co-processors, and the mobile GPU embedded inside the Tegra SoC. We also show some applications utilizing these APIs and running on a Tegra-3-based tablet.

Kari Pulli / Senior Director of Research