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Friday, May 31 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Computer Vision Controlled Robots, Powered by the Yocto Project - Scott Garman, Intel

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Computer vision capabilities are allowing robotics to become more autonomous, and open source tools such as OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) and ROS (Robot Operating System) are offering enthusiasts high-quality tools to bring their ideas into reality. Combine this with a powerful and affordable open source hardware platform such as the MinnowBoard (minnowboard.org) and you have a recipe for success!

This talk will introduce you to each of the above technologies and show how they were combined using the Yocto Project to develop some fun and exciting robotics projects. This talk will be accessible to most audiences; some familiarity with the Yocto Project will be helpful.

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Scott Garman

Embedded Linux Engineer and Technical Evangelist, Intel's Open Source Technology Center
Scott Garman is an Embedded Linux Engineer and Technical Evangelist at Intel's Open Source Technology Center. He is a core team member of the Yocto Project and is cultivating an open source community around the MinnowBoard embedded hardware platform. Scott is active in the open source developer community in Portland, OR.

Friday May 31, 2013 10:00am - 10:50am
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