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LAS VEGAS—A key function of automotive, IoT, security, and similar applications is the ability to detect faces and take action. But it's got to be done in an efficient, power-sensitive manner.
Here at CES 2015, Gary Dick, Cadence engineering product manager, and Pulin Desai, Cadence product marketing director, showcased face detection using an Xtensa processor with an IVP image/video DSP and a MIPI PHY and controller IP for camera and display interfaces.
Here's what they had to say:
--Cadence at CES 2015: How Electronic System Design is Evolving
--Cadence at CES 2015: The IP Story