SMC Conference Room
A 128 × 128 SPAD Dynamic Vision-Triggered Time of Flight Imager
State of the art vision cameras have accomplished solutions to high-frame rate motion detection imaging at low power consumptions by selectively reading out and processing frames or pixels when intensity changes are detected. Despite the advances of vision techniques, time of flight (ToF) ranging cameras operate continuously regardless of motion activity in the scene. For applications such as IoT, security and AR/VR, combining vision motion detection and ToF promises a new paradigm in always-on depth sensing. A motion detection triggered ToF camera based on single photon avalanche diode technology will be presented to address this application, as well as a vision technique to reduce the sensor power consumption in ToF operation.
This talk will be given later in September at the European Solid-State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC) the aim of which is to provide an annual European forum for the presentation and discussion of recent advances in solid-state devices and circuits. The paper from this talk will be presented at the Imaging and Radiation session of the conference.