Argon360 real-time video stitching IP – live demonstration in central Cambridge: Leslie Stephen room, Trinity Hall College, Cambridge CB2 1TJ, 4th August 2016, 9am to 5pm
Video stitching is an essential part of the production of panoramic 360-degree immersive video. The content from multiple cameras is "stitched" into a single seamless panoramic video output stream. Argon360 does this in real time, delivering low power consumption, low latency and high quality - an unrivalled stitching solution offered as hardware IP (intellectual property) targeting ASICs and FPGA implementations. Our Argon360 demonstration will be running in central Cambridge on 4th August - its first public showing in Cambridge since the launch at NAB in Las Vegas earlier this year.
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