Eyes of Things embedded vision platform to be showcased at VISION 2016

Oct. 12, 2016
An embedded vision platform featuring a Myriad 2 vision processing unit from Movidius and a low-power miniature camera, among other components, will be showcased by the Eyes of Things at VISION 2016.  

Funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 (H2020) framework, the Eyes of Things (EoT) is a computer vision project consortium comprised of eight European partners that aims to build a tiny intelligent camera targeted at OEMs to provide a tool to develop visually intelligent products and services with short time-to-market.

Halfway into the three-year work plan, EoT is advancing towards a flexible, low-power embedded vision platform. Since the project started, two prototypes have been developed, with manufacturing of the latest iteration set to begin soon. The third and most recent board (mockup pictured) features a Myriad 2 vision processing unit from Movidius, as well as a low-power miniature camera, WiFi, IMU, flash memory, micro SD card, audio, JTAG, USB, GPIO, UART and MIPI connectors. An advanced PMIC unit is also included to allow for battery operated use and battery recharge. The latest EoT board will be showcased at VISION 2016.

VISION 2016 booth number: Hall 1, Stand D07

To Learn More:

Contact: Eyes of Things
Headquarters: Ciudad Real, Spain
EoT embedded vision board
Key Features: Myriad 2 vision processing unit, low-power miniature camera, WiFi, IMU, flash memory, micro SD card, audio, JTAG, USB, GPIO, UART and MIPI connectors.

What EoT says:
View a project poster for the EoT board.

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