Generic visual perception processor

The technology embodied in this portfolio was the result of development of a Generic Visual Perception Processor (GVPP), a system designed to detect the presence of objects in a motion video signal, then locate and track those objects as they move in real time. The technology was developed by Patrick Pirim of Bureau d’Etudes Vision (BEV), a French technology research company beginning in 1986.

  4 th European Micro-UAV Meeting Sept , 2004 Generic Visual Perception Processor GVPP

FIG. 33 is the representation of a generic visual perception processor 520 (or 530) receiving information from a CMOS imaging device 521 including a retina 522 and a sequencer 523.


Generic Visual Perception Processor

GVPP(Generic Visual Perception Processor,常规视觉处理器)

Abstract-TheGeneric visual perception processor is a single chip modeled on the perception capabilities of the human brain, which can detect objects in a motion video signal and then locate and track them in real time. Imitating the human eyes neural networks and the brain, the chip can handle about 20 billion instructions per second. This electronic eye on the chip can handle a task that ranges from sensing the variable parameters as in the form of video signals and then process it for co-Generic visual perception processor is a single chip modeled on the perception capabilities of the human brain, which can detect objects in a motion video signal and then locate and track them in real time. Imitating the human eyes neural networks and the brain, the chip can handle about 20 billion instructions per second.[1] Keywords-Generic Visual Perception Processor, Pattern matching, Neuron network.