A 52 mW Full HD 160-Degree Object Viewpoint Recognition SoC With Visual Vocabulary Processor for Wearable Vision Applications

@article{Su2012A5M,
  title={A 52 mW Full HD 160-Degree Object Viewpoint Recognition SoC With Visual Vocabulary Processor for Wearable Vision Applications},
  author={Yu-Chi Su and Keng-Yen Huang and Tse-Wei Chen and Yi-Min Tsai and Shao-Yi Chien and Liang-Gee Chen},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2012},
  volume={47},
  pages={797-809}
}
A 1920 × 1080 160° object viewpoint recognition system-on-chip (SoC) is presented in this paper. The SoC design is dedicated to wearable vision applications, and we address several crucial issues including the low recognition accuracy due to the use of low resolution images and dramatic changes in object viewpoints, and the high power consumption caused by the complex computations in existing computer vision object recognition systems. The human-centered design (HCD) mechanism is proposed in… CONTINUE READING
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