Saturday, January 29, 2022

Recent Videos: CEA-Leti, Himax, Gigajot, Trieye, Pixart, Oculi

CEA-Leti publishes a video about its low power always-on image sensor presented in May last year:


Himax presents its always-on image sensor solutions:



Himax also presents its low-power face detecting module:


Gigajot publishes a video about its USB3 QIS camera and sensor evaluation platform:


Trieye publishes its CEO Avi Bakal's presentation at Autosens Brussels 2020:


Pixart presents its forehead temperature measurement module:



Oculi presents its combines Sensor-Processor Unit (SPU): "Oculi provides a single-chip vision solution combining sensing + pre-processing at the pixel, up to 30x better in energy-delay product enabling the most efficient vision solutions."


6 comments:

  1. Do I understand correctly that Gigajot camera has some active cooling?
    I understand it's just eval platform, but are they any fundamental reasons why the camera can't be smaller? Thanks!

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    1. there are some infos on their website: https://www.gigajot.tech/qiscdk. there is a smaller camera. The one in the video is labeled "temperature stabilized"

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    2. Probably Smaller size = more complex cooling system. Is here any reason be smaller for much bigger price?

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    3. I see compact versions of QIS cameras on their website: https://www.gigajot.tech/qiscdk

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  2. To clarify, there are two versions of the Gigajot QIS cameras: 1) the Temperature Stabilized camera maintains the sensor at 10C, 2) the Compact camera sensor temperature is 25-35C. The target applications for these sensors/cameras do not require smaller size. There is no fundamental reason why a QIS camera module could not be as small as a cell phone camera module.

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  3. Great, thank you.

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