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2017 GTC San Jose

S7211 - Using Tegra for Real-Time Image Processing

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ATCOM is an image processing application for removing the scintillation and warping effects in long-range videos. For years, we have used NVIDIA GPUs for achieving real-time performance allowing for the processing of live video streams. With the release of the NVIDIA Tegra X1, we are now exploring the potential of achieving the necessary performance in a mobile platform. In this talk, we discuss our work in achieving real-time performance in a computationally intense streaming video application using NVIDIA GPUs and our initial experience in mapping this work to a Tegra.


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Video and Image Processing
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25 minutes
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