IP Cores - logiREF-ACAP-VDF

Video Design Framework for Multi-Camera Vision Applications

Key Features

  • Complete video design framework for embedded multi-camera vision applications
  • Enables vision developers to quickly add their own algorithms to the provided infrastructure
  • Prepared for the Xylon logiVID-ACAP-6CAM kit in combination with the AMD VersalTM AI VCK190 Evaluation Kit
  • The reference design demonstrates video capture and display of six video camera inputs, as well as LIDAR 3D Data Point Visualization
  • Design is prepared for AMD Vivado™ Design Suite 2021.2 & AMD Vitis™ Unified Software Platform
  • Input video resolution: 1928x1208@30fps
  • Output video resolution: 1920x1080@60fps
  • Jump-starts the development and saves valuable design time
  • Runs on Linux OS and includes logicBRICKS software drivers and demos
  • Full evaluation version of the design framework is available
  • Documentation and Tech support (e-mail)


The logiREF-ACAP-VDF "Video Design Framework for Multi-Camera Vision Applications"  enables Xylon logiVID-ACAP-6CAM ACAP Vision Development Kit users to quickly utilize the provided hardware platform for the development of AMD Versal™ Adaptive SoC based embedded multi-camera vision systems. The framework includes pre-verified logicBRICKS reference design for video capture from six Xylon video cameras and the display output under Linux OS.  The framework showcases the advantages of the Versal™ Adaptive SoC platform by visualizing 6 camera streams in parallel, with or without running advanced image filters, and with real-time LIDAR data that is visualized instantly on the screen in the form of a 3D point cloud.

Instead of starting from scratch and having to spend months designing and building a new design framework, users of the logiREF-ACAP-VDF design framework can immediately focus on specific vision-based parts of their next Adaptive Computing design. This design implements six parallel video inputs from Xylon video cameras and the display output with RGB overlay. All video inputs are stored in the video memory, and by mean of on-board push buttons, the user can select each of them for the single camera or all cameras full screen display output. 

 All logicBRICKS IP cores are supplied with bare-metal and appropriate Linux software drivers. The provided video capture and display demo applications run in Linux OS.
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