Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Brookman Presents its ToF Products Catalog

Brookman has updated its ToF products page with a number of cameras based on BT008D sensor:

Brookman also congratulates Shizuoka University Prof. Shoji Kawahito, one of the founding members and a chairman of the company, with reception of the “Tamba Takayanagi Award/Achievement Award”. "This is the result of excellent achievements in the pioneering research on high performance and high functionality of image sensors, which the professor has been working on for a long time, and their practical application. Currently, CMOS image sensors continue to evolve from conventional 2D imaging to 3D sensing. We will continue to do our utmost to return the accumulated research results to society by continuing to challenge the possibilities of image sensing."

1 comment:

  1. It looks great, until you get your hands on it.
    1) The performance is highly dependent on the pulse shape stability, which drifts over temperature. It's a disaster to calibrate.
    2) The fact a separate dark frame is needed only contributes to shot noise, without signal.
    3) Low power is a relative statement, on the active illumination side, maybe? but does that matter if the sensor alone consumes >1W ?

    Great marketing though.


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