This could also assist blind people. Would it be called a seeing aid?
If I were to design one, I would put multiple sensors on a pair of glasses. Each sensor specializing in recognizing certain objects. One sensor could read text, another can work as a smart proximity sensor. Other sensors can help determine location like kitchen, bedroom, or living room. The user will be able to select which sensor(s) to receive information from.
Wouldn't it be nice if a robot vacuum can recognize an object and avoid it.
Bad design, 14 May 2020The AI co-processor within SoC is way more powerful and reliable, and can be used simultaneou... moreWhat you have in mind is already a bad implementation for this sensor. If you are into embedded platforms like SBCs, this sensor is a Godsend.
I really hope that they make a raspberry pi compatible module for this sensor. It would be very useful for low-cost ai-camera for example, raspberry pi zero or zero W.
YUKI93, 15 May 2020Sorry, but I'm not sure if I want AI to do the image processing and recognition for me.Because.. it is not for you?
Imagine a robot's eyes using this camera that can recognize things much faster, thus process the data to do even more advance task.
Or a store, wanna know how many people are in their store, what time is their highest peak so they can have more employee to handle
Or a security camera, doing analytics on people behavior thus can reduce the risk of criminality.
It is so much more than a smartphone and so much more important than fulfilling your need..
Sorry, but I'm not sure if I want AI to do the image processing and recognition for me.
I guess so many don't understand this article but claim to understand it..
Bad design, 14 May 2020The AI co-processor within SoC is way more powerful and reliable, and can be used simultaneou... moreFunny you say that coz Qualcomm also sell 5G modem separately from the SD865
And see how it sell well..
Anonymous, 14 May 2020This is a useless many Mobile SoC already have powerful image processor and some flagships hav... moreDid you even read the article?
With AI processor hardware on board it eliminates the need for high-performance processors or external memory, making it more secure because image data never leaves the chip, it also have much lower latency, very little bandwidth and significantly lower power usage.
Bad design, 14 May 2020The AI co-processor within SoC is way more powerful and reliable, and can be used simultaneou... moreYou must be really hate Sony for some unknown reason because even Eric R Fossum an American physicist and engineer known for developing the CMOS image sensor praise and even envy with Sony's achievement.
And it seems you also don't read the article because if you do read you'll realize that Sony uses Google's MobileNet V1 for the AI.
Go to this link and look at the comment section if you want to see Eric R Fossum opinion.
This is a useless many Mobile SoC already have powerful image processor and some flagships have custom ones