Design and characterization of a CMOS 3-D image sensor based on single photon avalanche diodes

@article{Niclass2005DesignAC,
  title={Design and characterization of a CMOS 3-D image sensor based on single photon avalanche diodes},
  author={C. Niclass and A. Rochas and P. Besse and E. Charbon},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2005},
  volume={40},
  pages={1847-1854}
}
The design and characterization of an imaging system is presented for depth information capture of arbitrary three-dimensional (3-D) objects. The core of the system is an array of 32 /spl times/ 32 rangefinding pixels that independently measure the time-of-flight of a ray of light as it is reflected back from the objects in a scene. A single cone of pulsed laser light illuminates the scene, thus no complex mechanical scanning or expensive optical equipment are needed. Millimetric depth… Expand
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