Automobile market has been evolving nowadays and many car manufacturers are developing complex mobile ecosystem inside a car range from high performance cameras, imaging sensors, infotainment, dashboard system, network connectivity etc.
MIPI interfaces are vastly adopting by car manufactures with its mature solution, ease of use, reduction of wires to connect component, lower power, high bandwidth features and proven safety with better EMI capabilities.
This demo will demonstrate implementation of MAX10 FPGA as full chip solution to enables reception and transmission of video data over the MIPI DSI Interface with the use of external passive D-Phy adapters.
This example implements a simple Sobel filter in Open Computing Language (OpenCLTM). The example contains a single work-item kernel that implements a Sobel operator to detect edges in an input RGB image (8 bits per component) and outputs a monochrome image. The kernel code is instructive, showing how to efficiently describe a sliding-window line buffer. This is a technique that can be used in many other image filtering applications.
This example also has an interactive host application. The host application allows you to choose between displaying the input or filtered image. The edge detection threshold can also be dynamically adjusted and the selected threshold value is passed to the OpenCL kernel as a parameter.