I'm a (hardcore) C++ programmer by trade and I've been around a short while. I started designing on some XMOS-based hardware a few months back. That project is on hold so that I can complete my long term project which is an autonomous vehicle. I recently found myself between a rock and a hard spot as my some of the custom hardware I was going to use fell through the cracks. I remembered about XMOS and found the great XC-1A eval board which was surprisingly cheap. It has become the linchpin of my autonomous vehicle now so I'm not firmly embedded into XMOS stuff.
I want to share the fruits of my labor with anyone who wants it which is why I created the Realtime Stereoscopic Camera Lens Correction
project. It's for my autonomous vehicle which is vision based by using two cameras to make a stereoscopic (3D) camera. As I progress, you will see more of my code showing up as (GPL) projects.