On the podium was also one team from Romania and two from Poland.
- “Structure From Motion” scene recognition system for navigation an unmanned aerial vehicles – AGH University of Science and Technology, 2nd place
- Hardware accelerated security system – Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, 2nd place
- FPGA-based Programmable Logic Controller – Silesian University of Technology, 3rd place
Additive Synthesizer – Gdansk University of Technology
was granted with Digilent special prize for best usage of Digilent Instruments.
The event lasts for two days. On Saturday all finalists were presenting their work. On Sunday only few teams were invited for showing in details their solutions.
Most of submissions for the contest were diploma thesis or long-term projects conducted by experienced engineers.
Our approach for competition was to learn a lot and explore different approaches to Augmented Reality on SoC devices. In my opinion it is not necessarily important to win, but to compete, cooperate and learn state-of-the-art techniques and methods. We draw conclusions and got valuable feedback from community.