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Jason Mayes
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About me
Web / Digital at XMOS and also Director of Pure42.com (Web / Digital / Tech company) - However, thoughts and answers experessed on this site are my own.
What are your interests related to embedded eyes / vision?
I have a high level interest in such developments. My background is based in Computer Science, however I am now working in the web/digital world but I have an interest in new technologies such as Centeye and interested in the underlying higher level concepts behind them.
Tell us about your technical background
See my website for background or follow me on Twitter: @jason_mayes - http://www.twitter.com/jason_mayes
Technical interest
optics, image sensor chips, vision hardware, image processing, ground robotics, underwater robotics, airborne robotics, sensor networks, industrial automation, art or music, other
Website
http://www.jasonmayes.com

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Jason Mayes replied to Geoffrey L. Barrows's discussion Initial questions for an XMOS-based sensor
"BSD is by far the simplest IMO which basically allows you to use the code in any way you see fit as long as you keep the original copyright notice see: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php Even a non laywer can clearly read it and…"
Nov 16, 2010
Jason Mayes replied to Geoffrey L. Barrows's discussion Can you please provide feedback on this site?
"Cool! I met the CEO of huddle a while back at a conference in London, looked like a very nice system at the time, although I have not had a chance to use it recently. I am sure it has come a long way since then. Would be interesting to see."
Nov 16, 2010
Jason Mayes replied to Geoffrey L. Barrows's discussion Some rendered ideas for embedded eyes
"This is very cool indeed, I for one cant wait to see such a robot walking about. Have you seen the new Japanese robots that can dance? I think it is named HRP-4C."
Nov 15, 2010
Jason Mayes replied to Geoffrey L. Barrows's discussion Can you please provide feedback on this site?
"Huddle is more aimed at project management. See http://www.huddle.com/"
Nov 15, 2010
Jason Mayes replied to Geoffrey L. Barrows's discussion Initial questions for an XMOS-based sensor
"Just to clarify the situation on XCore.com - Most projects use BSD licence as this is the default licence. You can choose from a wide selection when you create your project or alternatively specify your own if you can link to it (Obviously if you…"
Nov 15, 2010
Jason Mayes is now a member of Embedded Eye
Nov 15, 2010

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