Easily Support WDR CMOS Image Sensor Processing with Low-Cost FPGAs

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High-definition (HD) wide dynamic range (WDR) CMOS image sensors are ideal for applications like video surveillance cameras. And for the underlying technology, FPGAs are optimal because they deliver the high bandwidth these sensors demand. In this 7-minute video, you'll see how an FPGA-based platform easily performs complex image processing to support WDR CMOS image sensors. Watch the video to:

-Learn how easily you can incorporate WDR CMOS image sensors into your camera designs.

-See a demo of the Aptina MT9M033 720p WDR CMOS image sensor, image processing intellectual property (IP) from Apical Ltd., and the Cyclone® III FPGA Development Kit.

-Understand how the Cyclone III FPGA performs system tasks to transform the sensor's RAW image data into the digital video interface (DVI) output format. Follow Intel FPGA to see how we’re programmed for success and can help you tackle your FPGA problems with comprehensive solutions.
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