We've collected some of the more interesting items from this event for you:
Khronos Chapters are local groups of Khronos Technology users who get together on a regular basis (virtually and/or in person) to expand their understanding of Khronos Technologies, share their technical achievements (and get help with challenges), and socialize with like-minded colleagues. If you'd like to learn more about Khronos Chapters, or are interested in becoming as Chapter Leader, visit the Khronos Chapter website.
The image processing, video and computer vision communities in Israel are world class leaders in the field, with large and dynamic presence in both industry and academia.
The conference is a unique opportunity for companies from diverse industrial fields to meet with research groups of academic institutions heading machine vision research.
IMVC serves as a venue for academic researchers, algorithm experts and engineers, product managers, and system managers from companies in various segments of the industry (medical, military, security, etc.) to gain exposure, exchange ideas and foster collaboration. The conference focuses mainly on the innovative work taking place in the industry today, and will serve as a point for cross-fertilization of ideas between academia and industry.
In addition, IMVC 2014 hosts professional exhibition, students posters venue, demos venue and the InnoVision Competition to select the most promising startup in the field.
Mr. Moshe Shahar
Director of System Architecture, CEVA
Implementing Feature Extraction for an Embedded Vision Processor
Dr. Gershom Kutliroff
Chief Technologist, Perceptual Computing Software, Intel
3D Goes Mainstream: Recent Developments and Their Implications
Dr. Pavel Kisilev
Lead Research Scientist, Multimedia Department, IBM Research Haifa
Lesion Detection Using Machine Learning Methods
Dr. Sam Hasinoff
Software engineer Google
Google Glass and the (Wearable) Future of Photography
IMVC 2014 is chaired by Dr. Jacob Cohen and Dr. Chen Sagiv from SagivTech. Sagivtech offers course on OpenCL.