No. The so-called smartTVs, such as those proposed by Samsung or LG, embark a sytem on a chip (SOC) based on the ARM architecture, which makes it possible to run some digital signage app without an additional computer. However, that SOC does not provide much computing resources needed by our solution. As a result, while Quividi has an ARM version on Linux or Android, we would only detect faces at a few meters detection distance, making the results irrelevant.


To run the Quividi solution on those smartTVs, we recommend adding a separate VidiCube, which could be based on entry level x86 platforms such as the Intel NUC or the Intel Compute Stick.