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Linux powers low-cost “turn-key” 3D stereo vision system

Sep 18, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Computer vision specialist Tyzx is shipping a relatively low-cost, standalone, Linux-based stereo 3D vision system targeting high-volume commercial and defense robots, automobiles, and person-tracking security systems. The DeepSea G2 can provide real-time 3D vision processing where traditional workstations can't go, the company says.

To work its magic, the G2 draws upon a full range of embedded processors, including a PowerPC SoC (system-on-chip), Blackfin DSP, FPGA, and even a custom ASIC. Find out more by reading our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: Tyzx DeepSea G2 3D vision system

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