Interactive experiences: Is that painting alive?

Interactive experiences: Is that painting alive?

In Part 2 of this series, I shared a video of Rock-Paper-Scissors with human gesture control that was featured at NXP FTF 2016. It was one of many showcases featuring i.MX applications processors that we filmed in 360 degrees. The showcases take different interactive, digital world experiences and make them real. Enjoy this immersive 360 degree experience with a headset/viewer or even straight from your phone or laptop by moving side-to-side and up-and-down. Here is Part 3 of the series…

Living paintings that interact and morph as you move

What it is:

This showcase demonstrates the use of common wall hangings in your smart home as a multipurpose dynamic display, experienced through digital paintings that interact with you. Wave your hand and the painting will morph into a digital portal that conveys other information.

How it works:

A visually stunning digital picture is displayed by an advanced graphics engine. An observer is detected by a vision system using a power efficient vision acceleration hardware. Images in the picture dynamically adjust to provide a new user experience. A wave of a smart wristband transforms the display to alternate system which can operate independently from the digital content in a secure domain that is protected from undesired access.

Technology demonstrated:

i.MX applications processor drives advanced graphics generation, adaptive vision detection with vision acceleration and OpenVX programing, resource domain control and hardware separation for secure and open environments.

Relevant applications: Digital mirror, digital signage, POS terminal, patient monitoring and auto infotainment

Stay tuned for Part 4!

Kyle Fox
Kyle Fox
Kyle Fox is the Product Manager for the i.MX 8 series applications processor. He has more than 20 years of experience in the microprocessor industry where he has held product and technical roles in the application, mobile, desktop and server processor areas. He focuses on the definition and production of advanced application processor products for consumer, industrial and automotive markets. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Computer Science, he lives in Austin, Texas and holds three patents.

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