Sylvie Barak, EETimes
11/3/2011 4:10 PM EDT
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--Tomorrow’s mobile application processor will not only be capable of rendering holographic displays, high-definition augmented reality, real-time voice translation, natural speech interaction and multi-view synthesis, but may also be able to handle neuro, fuzzy-based and even humanistic intelligence according, to Texas Instruments Inc.
Talking about the capabilities its Omap 4 processor has today and those working their way down the pipeline as Omap 5 approaches sampling readiness in 2012, TI’s Avner Goren, director of strategic marketing for wireless terminals, outlined use case scenarios including smell sensors, environment sensors and multi-mode gesture sensors.
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