Multi-Chip System Applied to Visual Motion Computation

  title={Multi-Chip System Applied to Visual Motion Computation},
  author={Giacomo Indiveri and Adrian M. Whatley and J{\"o}rg Kramer},
We present a multi-chip neuromorphic system in which anAddress Event Representation is used for inter-chip communication. The system comprises an analog VLSI transient imager with adaptive photoreceptors, an analog VLSI motion receiver chip and a prototyping communication infrastructure which allows for programmability of connections between the elements on the two chips. We describe the properties of the two VLSI chips and of the communication infrastructure. To characterize the whole system… CONTINUE READING


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