Sony has announced the release of the IMX382 high-speed vision sensor, which enables the detection and tracking of objects at a frame rate of 1,000 fps. The IMX382 features a stacked configuration with a back-illuminated pixel array and signal processing circuit layer, which is equipped with image processing circuits and a programmable column-parallel processor. The sensor uses information such as color and brightness obtained from pixels to detect objects, then extracts the object's centroid, moment and motion vector, and finally outputs the information from the vision sensor in each frame. The sensor is a 1304 x 976 (1.27 MPixel) sensor with a 3.5 µm pixel size with Bayer RAW and black and white image formats. Samples of the vision sensors will begin shipping in October 2017.
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Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Product: IMX382 high-speed vision sensor
Key Features: 1.27 MPixel stacked CMOS configuration with a back-illuminated pixel array and signal processing circuit layer, which is equipped with image processing circuits and a programmable column-parallel processor.
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