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    Default Khronos Updates Its OpenVX 1.0 Provisional Specification

    Phoronix: Khronos Updates Its OpenVX 1.0 Provisional Specification

    The Khronos Group this morning released an updated version of the OpenVX 1.0 provisional specification...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTc0MDA

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    Basically OpenCL + OpenCV(although OpenCV already uses OpenCL, so it is basically OpenCV but released by a popular entity).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alliancemd View Post
    Basically OpenCL + OpenCV(although OpenCV already uses OpenCL, so it is basically OpenCV but released by a popular entity).
    That's what I was thinking, except a little more abstracted since it's a bit more specific.

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    if (big players are in for OpenVX)
    proceed();
    else
    Khronos waisting its time();

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alliancemd View Post
    Basically OpenCL + OpenCV(although OpenCV already uses OpenCL, so it is basically OpenCV but released by a popular entity).
    Sounds more like an attempt to standardize computer vision workflows (e.g. basically an open/standard MevisLab). If that's true, OpenCV/OpenCL are out of place since the implementer of "function nodes" can use anything they want (like ITK or *gasp* CUDA even). They're probably trying to make OpenVX sound more exciting than it actually is by mentioning OpenCV/OpenCL ... really, it's just another MevisLab, XIP, etc...

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