A 240x180 120dB 10mW 12us-latency sparse output vision sensor for mobile applications

@inproceedings{Berner2013A21,
  title={A 240x180 120dB 10mW 12us-latency sparse output vision sensor for mobile applications},
  author={Raphael Berner and Christian Brandli and Minhao Yang and Shih-Chii Liu and Tobi Delbruck},
  year={2013}
}
This paper proposes a CMOS vision sensor that combines event-driven asynchronous readout of temporal contrast with synchronous frame-based active pixel sensor (APS) readout of intensity. The image frames can be used for scene content analysis and the temporal contrast events can be used to track fast moving objects, to adjust the frame rate, or to guide a region of interest readout. Therefore the sensor is suitable for mobile applications because it allows low latency at low data rate and low… CONTINUE READING

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