Thursday, December 03, 2020

Samsung Compares DTI with Skyscrapers, Promises 0.6X um Pixel Soon

The recent Samsung Investor Forum presentation from Nov 24, 2020 by System LSI Group EVP Park Yong-in shows the company's plans to introduce 0.6X um pixel and compares its DTI aspect ratio with skyscrapers:


  1. Albert Theuwissen - Harvest ImagingDecember 3, 2020 at 12:09 PM

    In my presentations/courses, I do compare the DTI with digging a trench in your garden. If you use a shofel/tool of 25 cm in width, you have to make a trench of 17 m deep to have the same aspect ratio as the trenches in those sensors. And in lenght, you have to dig your garden trench with a length equal to a circle around the world, 40,000 km in length. Incredible technology !

  2. similar to Sony they mention DVS, ToF and SWIR as 'future technology'. ToF and DVS was around in Samsung news postings here. But did they mention SWIR before? Anyone knows of Samsung activity in this area and if yes what type of application they target? The slide suggests automotive? Was there some official news before?

    1. I was thinking exactly the same. I have never seen any paper/proceedings of Samsung in the SWIR region. It is very interesting to see another big visible sensor company moving to the SWIR. I wonder if others will follow.


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