Silicon image sensor that computes

29 Aug, 2022

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SEAS researchers developed the first in-sensor processor that could be integrated into commercial silicon imaging sensor chips. The array (illustrated here) simplifies image processing for autonomous vehicles and other applications. (Credit: Donhee Ham Research Group/Harvard SEAS)

SEAS researchers developed the first in-sensor processor that could be integrated into commercial silicon imaging sensor chips. The array (illustrated here) simplifies image processing for autonomous vehicles and other applications. (Credit: Donhee Ham Research Group/Harvard SEAS)

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