First in-sensor processor could be integrated into commercial silicon imaging sensor chips
Researchers at Harvard SEAS developed the first in-sensor processor that could be integrated into commercial silicon imaging sensor chips which are used in nearly all commercial devices that need to capture visual information, including smartphones. The array (illustrated here) simplifies image processing for autonomous vehicles and other applications.
[Research supported by U.S. National Science Foundation grant DMR 1231319.]
Learn more in the NSF Research News story Silicon image sensor that computes. (Date of image: unknown; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Jan. 24, 2023)
Credit: Donhee Ham Research Group/Harvard SEAS
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