Demo: Real-time video frame differentiator based on external memory interface
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CitationDavutoğlu, D., Yıldız, N., Ayten, U. E. & Tavşanoǧlu, A. V., (2018). Demo: Real-time video frame differentiator based on external memory interface. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Cellular Nanoscale Networks and their Applications, 111-111.
Implementation and demonstration processes of a real-time video frame differentiator based on an external memory interface is described in this paper. The video frame differentiation process is successfully implemented on both low cost and high-end FPGA development boards, then demonstrated by using sample videos at 1024x768@60 and 1920x1080@60 resolutions. Input video resolution, video buffer size on memory and burst size of the memory interface can be configured before implementation.
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