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artificial vision

An experimental technique to make it possible for some blind people to see as a result of electrical stimulation of the retina or the connection of digital video cameras to the visual cortex of the brain.
See also: vision
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com), announced today that results of a limited clinical study related to its ongoing Early Human Trial will be presented from the podium tomorrow at The Eye and The Chip: World Congress on Artificial Vision in Detroit.
There can be no doubt that development of a wireless visual prosthesis that could be implanted permanently with good results is the 'Holy Grail' of artificial vision," added Mr.
Indeed, development of a wireless visual prosthesis that could be implanted permanently with good results is the 'Holy Grail' of artificial vision," added Mr.
Benefiting from the combination of ST s industry-acclaimed strengths in the design and manufacture of automotive ICs (Integrated Circuits) with Mobileye s world-leading position in collision-avoidance systems based on advanced artificial vision technology, the EyeQ vision processors constantly monitor the driving scene in front of the vehicle and alert the driver before an impending accident with a car, pedestrian, bicyclist, motorcycle or if the driver is about to veer out of their lane without using a turn signal.
First introduced in January 2004, TI is now shipping volume production 1GHz DSPs for novel applications ranging from smart cars to artificial vision products and emerging applications such as digital video infrastructure and digital imaging.
Considering that the retinal implants of other competing groups are based on cochlear implant technology --a thoroughly dissimilar approach that heightens the risk of adverse events -- and given that our first-generation implant is already more than three times more powerful than the competition's, we remain steadfast in our assertion that IMI is now the leader in the race to develop the world's first commercially available artificial vision implant," said Dr.
Amir Majidimehr, VP Windows, Microsoft, will then deliver an industry insight presentation, followed by The Future in Real Time, illustrating the latest breakthroughs in artificial vision presented by Dr.
Practically speaking, computer algorithms used in artificial vision systems might benefit from mimicking these newly uncovered codes.
This unparalleled performance translates into a new spectrum of applications ranging from adaptive antenna arrays to smart cars to artificial vision while increasing the bandwidth and channel capacity of existing real- time applications, such as wireless base stations, IP-based video, high-speed broadband networking, medical diagnostics and radar.
Given that the retinal implants of other groups are based on cochlear implant technology -- a totally different approach that increases the risk of complications -- and given that our first-generation implant is already more than three times more powerful than the competition's, we are confident that IMI is now the runaway leader in the race to develop the world's first commercially available artificial vision implant," added Dr.
This leap in raw performance will fuel next-generation improvements and innovations in artificial vision, home media centers, streaming media infrastructure and content delivery and other real-time applications (please see www.