A Time-Of-Flight Depth Sensor - System Description, Issues and Solutions

@article{Gokturk2004ATD,
  title={A Time-Of-Flight Depth Sensor - System Description, Issues and Solutions},
  author={S. Gokturk and H. Yalcin and C. Bamji},
  journal={2004 Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshop},
  year={2004},
  pages={35-35}
}
This paper describes a CMOS-based time-of-flight depth sensor and presents some experimental data while addressing various issues arising from its use. Our system is a single-chip solution based on a special CMOS pixel structure that can extract phase information from the received light pulses. The sensor chip integrates a 64x64 pixel array with a high-speed clock generator and ADC. A unique advantage of the chip is that it can be manufactured with an ordinary CMOS process. Compared with other… Expand
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