February 7, 2017
Establishing a platform for
developing high-speed computer vision solutions
Exvision Corporation (HQ: Tokyo, Japan; CEO: Akio Fujii) has announced the release of a high-speed computer vision platform that considerably simplifies the development of vision based solutions for a wide range of applications.
Exvision is a spin-off of the University of Tokyo’s Ishikawa-Watanabe Laboratory. Since 1989, the laboratory has developed countless applications for its computer vision research, with its unique high-speed approach drawing worldwide attention. The decades of research and development has culminated in the form of a Vision Chip that embodies the laboratory’s core high-speed vision philosophies. At ISSCC 2017 in San Francisco, a demo was held to illustrate the Vision Chip’s practical applications.
Exvision announced the following:
Exvision developed a high-speed computer vision system that detects and tracks moving objects at 1,000 frames per second and utilizes the data to control actuators in real time. A video of the demonstration performed at ISSCC 2017 may be viewed in the YouTube below.
Exvision is developing and releasing an SDK and evaluation boards (EVB) as a standardized high-speed computer vision platform that enables streamlined development of various vision based solutions.
Further details will be announced at the WINDS forum in March 2017.
Exvision High-Speed Vision Platform Group
The Exvision company site has been renewed.
Tech In Asia covers Exvision and Exvision Gesture System introduced at SXSW 2015.
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Bluestacks and Exvision announced the collaboration in enabling gesture-based game play on TV platform
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NIKKEI TECHNOLOGY online covered Exvision in an article “Venture Firm Realizes High-speed, Low-delay Gesture-based UI”.