Live demonstration: A high-speed-pass asynchronous motion detection sensor

@article{Zhang2013LiveDA,
  title={Live demonstration: A high-speed-pass asynchronous motion detection sensor},
  author={Xiangyu Zhang and Shoushun Chen},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS2013)},
  year={2013},
  pages={671-671}
}
We demonstrate an asynchronous address event representation (AER) motion detection sensor [1][2], that only responds to motions with speed higher than a tunable threshold. Each pixel in the sensor can individually monitor the relative change in light intensity and report a digital event if a threshold is reached. The output of the sensor is not a frame, but a stream of asynchronous digital events. By adjusting a variable slow-motion filter, low speed motion can be filtered. 

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