Success Stories & Demonstrations on Video
- Off-shore Fish Sorting
- Adaptive Optics
- Simple Face Recognition
- Kanji Recognition
- Gaze Tracking Demonstrator
- Stereoscopic Tracking
- Toy Recognizing Cue Cards
- People Tracking
- From Face Tracking to Airplane Tracking
- Hand Recognition Using Microsoft Kinect™ and CogniMem
CM1K-PGA69 is an ideal component for prototyping designs to evaluate the capability and performance of the CM1K.Applications include but are not limited to simple real-time signal and/or video learning and recognition. The output of the neurons can be directly connected to indicators such as seven segment displays, LED, speech synthesizer or else. Battery operation is possible.
The CM1K-PGA69 is a prototyping module featuring one CM1K chip in a socketable form factor. The kit includes a PGA69 socket and comes ready to plug into a standard breadboard. The socket makes it easy to connect to a microcontroller through I2C serial communication and to an external sensor via an 11-pin digital input bus.
|CogniMem CM1K-PGA69 module||
$149 per unit
The CM1K-PGA69 board has the following features:
- One CM1K chip mounted to a circuit board in a socketable form factor.
- Includes a PGA69 socket.
- Integrated voltage regulator for 1.2V supply (external 3.3 needed).
- Provides access to CM1K pins.
The CM1K includes the following features:
- Match one vector among 1024 in 10 microseconds @ 27 Mhz
- Recognition time independent from the number of models stored in the neurons
- 8 data and 2 strobe lines to report the recognized category
- I2C serial interface (100 and 400 Kbits)
- Simple RTL instructions (less than a dozen registers)
3 possible methods to feed a vector to the neurons:
- Neuron bus (through I2C commands)
- Digital input bus (8 data lines, 1 clock, 1 sync lines)
- Video input bus (8 data lines, 1 clock, frame valid, line valid)
Your kit should contain:
- CM1K-PGA69 Module
- PGA69 Socket
- Quick Start/Registration Card