Sunday, February 17, 2013

RFEL Offers FPGA-based Video Stabilization IP

UK-based RFEL announces Video Stabilization IP Core, designed to work on all suitable major FPGAs, although additional performance is available for Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoC devices only. The Stabilization Core applications examples include: driving aids for military vehicles, diverse airborne platforms, targeting systems and remote border security cameras. The IP core corrects two-dimensional translations and rotations, from both static and moving platforms. The frame rates are up to 150fps for resolutions of up to 1080p including both daylight and infrared cameras. The accuracy of image stabilization, has been shown to be better than ± 1 pixels, even when subjected to random frame-to frame displacements of up to ± 25 pixels in the x and y directions and with a frame-to-frame rotational variation of up to ± 5deg.

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