July 25, 2017 -- Xylon has released the new version of the comprehensive logiADAK-VDF Video Design Framework for quick development of multi-camera embedded vision systems based on the Xilinx® Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC. The framework is fully compatible with Xylon’s logiADAK Automotive Driver Assistance Kit and the logiVID Multi-Camera Vision Development Kit, and includes pre-verified logicBRICKS reference designs for video capture and display output under the Linux operating system.
The logicBRICKS reference designs are prepared for the Xilinx Vivado® Design Suite and the SDSoC™ Development Environment. To provide the Xilinx SDSoC users the complete embedded C/C++ development experience and to demonstrate how to implement custom vision processing logic in software or in programmable logic, the supplied reference designs include the Sobel video processing example.
Four Camera with Sobel Filtering Demo
The complete camera-to-display SoC designs use just a fraction of available programmable logic and significantly save the design time and efforts. Instead of starting from scratch and having to spend months designing and building a new design framework, the logiADAK-VDF framework users can immediately focus on the specific vision processing and add it in the pre-built SoC infrastructure.
To download the evaluation version of the logiADAK-VDF Video Design Framework, please visit: http://www.logicbricks.com/logicBRICKS/Reference-logicBRICKS-Design/Multi-Camera-Vision-Demo.aspx.