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This video shows the low power SCAMP3 vision chip system tracking and counting multiple objects at low power. The APRON environment was used to develop the tracking algorithm, and simulate it running on the device.
I’ve added support for the Playstation EYE camera. Why? Good question! This cheap little camera actually packs a powerful punch, and could be compared with expensive industrial vision sensors. It can capture images of 320×240 at around 180FPS (!), it … Continue reading
APRON can also handle colour images. Those extra two dimensions of data can be really handy for visualisation and segmentation. Check out the video below. Also shown are some more features of the APRON environment.
Here is a video of APRON executing a self organising map. It’s trivialised to highlight certain features of the APRON simulation environment. The main feature here, is that APRON can explode developing receptive fields implemented with LinkMaps, so you can … Continue reading
APRON is really good at array processing, and sometimes it can be used for applications other than image processing. Check out the video below, showing the iterative calculation of a Mandelbrot set.