NVIDIA is looking for the most innovative idea for an embedded application for its Tegra K1 CUDA Vision Challenge. The company will give the developers of the top fifty ideas a fancy new Jetson TK1 Developer Kit, designed for embedded systems. The Jetson comes with a Tegra K1, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage.
Applicants have until April 30 to submit their work, and the top fifty submissions will be determined by the end of May. The winners will receive their Jetson dev kits as soon as they are available. Sound interesting to you? Check out the Tegra K1 CUDA Vision Challenge for rules on how to enter.