Putting the eye in AI

Oculi is redefining computer and machine vision with the world’s first smart programmable vision sensor, the Oculi SPU™ (Sensing and Processing Unit). It combines the efficiency of biology — more specifically the human eye — and the speed of machines to make computer vision faster and more efficient. By embedding intelligence in the sensor at the pixel level, the innovative chip has the power to transform smart devices across homes, offices, and vehicles. Its integrated sensing and processing module minimizes data transmission, slashing power consumption and latency. Operating 30 times faster while ensuring privacy, security, and budget efficiency, Oculi’s SPU is ideal for visual intelligence at the edge such as gesture tracking, facial recognition, and low-latency eye-tracking.

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Chabel Rizk, PhD

Baltimore, MD