4.1 A 640×480 dynamic vision sensor with a 9µm pixel and 300Meps address-event representation

@article{Son201741A6,
  title={4.1 A 640×480 dynamic vision sensor with a 9µm pixel and 300Meps address-event representation},
  author={Bongki Son and Yunjae Suh and Sungho Kim and Heejae Jung and Jun-Seok Kim and Chang-Woo Shin and Keunju Park and Kyoobin Lee and Jin Man Park and Jooyeon Woo and Yohan J. Roh and Hyunku Lee and Yibing Michelle Wang and Ilia A. Ovsiannikov and Hyunsurk Ryu},
  journal={2017 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC)},
  year={2017},
  pages={66-67}
}
We report a VGA dynamic vision sensor (DVS) with a 9µm pixel, developed through a digital as well as an analog implementation. [] Key Method Maintaining acceptable pixel performance, the pixel circuitry is carefully designed and optimized using a BSI CIS process.
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