A single-chip 10000 frames/s CMOS sensor with in-situ 2D programmable image processing

@article{Dubois2007AS1,
  title={A single-chip 10000 frames/s CMOS sensor with in-situ 2D programmable image processing},
  author={Julien Dubois and Dominique Ginhac and Michel Paindavoine},
  journal={2006 International Workshop on Computer Architecture for Machine Perception and Sensing},
  year={2007},
  pages={124-129}
}
A high speed Analog VLSI Image acquisition and pre-processing system is described in this paper. A 64times64 pixel retina is used to extract the magnitude and direction of spatial gradients from images. So, the sensor implements some low-level image processing in a massively parallel strategy in each pixel of the sensor. Spatial gradients, various convolutions as Sobel Alter or Laplacian are described and implemented on the circuit. The retina implements in a massively parallel way, at pixel… CONTINUE READING

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