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FPGA-powered parallel, pipelined vision algorithms
When a robot has to immediately react to real-world events detected by a vision sensor, high-speed vision is required. This may be a visual servoing task, i.e., the vision sensor is part of the robot’s control loop, or a reaction to a sudden event, such as catching a thrown ball. A vision sensor should ideally respond within one robot control cycle in order to not limit the robot’s dynamic range. Current fast digital video cameras achieve frame rates of 100 Hz and beyond.
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