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IST 2021-10-21
13:00
Online   4.0µm Voltage Mode Global Shutter Pixels with Single Exposure High Dynamic Range and Phase Detection Auto Focus Capability
Ken Miyauchi, Kazuya Mori, Toshiyuki Isozaki, Yusuke Sawai, Ho-Ching Chien, Junichi Nakamura (BRILLNICS)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
IEICE-SDM, IEICE-ICD, IST [detail] 2021-08-17
13:55
Online Online Study of an Event-Driven CMOS Image Sensor Using Deep Learning (1) -- Verification of Image Classification Using Low Bit-Resolution Feature Images --
Kohei Yamamoto, Kota Yoshida, Shunsuke Okura (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
Currently, CMOS image sensors are expected to be integrated with AI using deep learning to create new technologies.
C... [more]
IST2021-43
pp.29-33
IEICE-SDM, IEICE-ICD, IST [detail] 2021-08-17
14:20
Online Online Study of an Event-Driven CMOS Image Sensor Using Deep Learning (2) -- An A/D Converter with Low-Resolution and Power-Saving Operation Mode --
Koshiro Itsuki, Shunsuke Okura (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
With the progress of the IoT and the Trillion Sensor Universe,the amount of information collected by CMOS image sensors ... [more] IST2021-44
pp.35-40
IEICE-SDM, IEICE-ICD, IST [detail] 2021-08-17
14:45
Online Online Image Recognition of HDR Images with Dual Gain CMOS Image Sensor
Takuya Kitamura, Kota Yoshida, Tetsushi Ikeda (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Shinichi Ikenaga, Isao Takayanagi (Brillnics), Shunsuke Okura (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
High dynamic range (HDR) CMOS image sensors are expected to be used for machine vision applications for recognition unde... [more] IST2021-45
pp.41-45
IEICE-SDM, IEICE-ICD, IST [detail] 2021-08-18
16:00
Online Online An Area Efficient Readout Circuit for CMOS Image Sensor with Lateral Overflow Integration Capacitor
Ai Otani, Shunsuke Okura (Ritsumeikan Univ.), Ken Miyauchi, Sangman Han, Hideki Owada, Isao Takayanagi (BRILLNICS)
LOFIC is utilized to realize HDR image sensor, in which low conversion gain (LCG) and
high conversion gain (HCG) signa... [more]
IST2021-46
pp.103-107
IST 2021-06-30
10:30
Online   A investigation of jitter reduction method using dual reference plane sampling for high range resolution TOF sensor
Tatsuki Furuhashi, Keita Yasutomi, Ryosuke Hatada, Keiichiro Kagawa, Shoji Kawahito (Shizuoka Univ.)
In order to obtain extremely high range resolution in the time-of-flight(TOF) range imaging, jitter reduction induced in... [more] IST2021-31
pp.5-8
IST 2021-06-30
11:00
Online   SFDI and TRS are non-invasive imaging techniques for optical parameters such as absorption and scattering coefficients o... [more] IST2021-32
pp.9-12
IST 2021-06-30
14:00
Online   Fabrication and Evaluation of Image Sensor with Mosaic Interference Filter for Near-infrared Color Fundus Camera
Noriaki Kishida, Ze Wang, Honghao Tang, Hironari Takehara (NAIST), Hirohumi Sumi (U Tokyo), Makito Haruta, Hiroyuki Tashiro, Kiyotaka Sasagawa, Jun Ohta (NAIST)
We are developing a selfie-ready near-infrared color fundus camera that does not dazzle the subject. We have been using ... [more] IST2021-36
pp.25-28
IST 2021-06-30
14:30
Online   A CMOS image sensor with multilayer polarizers for highly sensitive polarization modulation detection
Ryoma Okada, Kiyotaka Sasagawa, Makito Haruta, Hironari Takehara (NAIST), Hiroyuki Tashiro (NAIST/Kyushu Univ.), Jun Ohta (NAIST)
In this study, we fabricated a polarization-analyzing CMOS image sensor for sensitive polarization modulation detection.... [more] IST2021-37
pp.29-32
IST 2021-03-26
09:00
Tokyo Online A 64M CMOS Image Sensor using 0.7um pixel with high FWC and switchable conversion gain
Y. Jay Jung, Vincent C. Venezia, Sangjoo Lee, Chun Yung Ai, Yibo Zhu, King W. Yeung, Geunsook Park, Woonil Choi, Zhiqiang Lin, Wu-Zang Yang, Alan Chih-Wei Hsiung, Lindsay Grant (OmniVision Technologies, Inc.)
This paper presents a 64 mega-pixel, backside illuminated, CMOS image sensor using a 0.7um pixel pitch with a 7.0ke- lin... [more] IST2021-8
pp.1-4
IST 2021-03-26
11:30
Tokyo Online Study of High-SNR Pixel for CMOS Image Sensor Applicable to Image Recognition
Toya Sasaki, Masayoshi Sirahata, Shunsuke Okura (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
For the demand to high dynamic range (HDR) technology of CMOS image sensors, LOFIC is considered to be one of solutions.... [more] IST2021-13
pp.21-24
IST 2021-03-26
15:00
Tokyo Online [Invited Talk] Evolving Image Sensor Architecture through Stacking Devices
Yusuke Oike (Sony)
The evolution of CMOS image sensors and the prospects utilizing advanced imaging technologies promise to improve our qua... [more] IST2021-18
p.43
IST 2021-03-26
16:55
Tokyo Online A 1-inch 17Mpixel 1000fps Block-Controlled Coded-Exposure Back-Illuminated Stacked CMOS Image Sensor for Computational Imaging and Adaptive Dynamic Range Control
Yojiro Tezuka, Tomoki Hirata, Hironobu Murata, Hideaki Matsuda, Shiro Tsunai (Nikon)
This is a report of a 4k×4k, 2.7μm pixel, back-illuminated stacked CIS with controllable integration time for
each pix... [more]
IST2021-21
pp.53-56
IST 2020-11-20
10:00
  Online Multi-tap macro-pixel based ultra-high-speed CMOS image sensor -- measurement of prototype sensor and sub-pixel-resolution image reconstruction --
Thoriq Ibrahim, Masaya Horio, Taishi Takasawa, Keita Yasutomi, Shoji Kawahito (Shizuoka Univ.), Hajime Nagahara (Osaka Univ.), Keiichiro Kagawa (Shizuoka Univ.)
In this work, we verified the operation of a multi-tap macro-pixel based ultra-high-speed CMOS image sensor. The pixel o... [more] IST2020-43
pp.1-4
IST 2020-11-20
11:15
  Online A small imaging system for dual-area imaging by CMOS imaging sensors
Ronnakorn Siwadamrongpong, Kenji Sugie, Makito Haruta, Hironari Takehara, Hiroyuki Tashiro, Kiyotaka Sasagawa, Jun Ohta (NAIST)
In this study, we developed a small circuit system to operate implantable imaging devices based on a complementary metal... [more] IST2020-46
pp.13-15
IST 2020-11-20
14:45
  Online [Invited Talk] Micro-second focusing based on resonance type liquid lens and exposure timing control: principle and application
Hiromasa Oku (Gunma Univ.), Kazuki Yamato (Utsunomiya Univ.), Keita Yasutomi, Shoji Kawahito (Shizuoka Univ.)
Combining a TAG lens, which is a liquid lens that utilizes a resonance phenomenon of around 100 kHz, and exposure timing... [more] IST2020-49
pp.29-34
IEICE-ICD, IEICE-SDM, IST [detail] 2020-08-06
11:00
Online Online Gain calibration technique for global shutter CMOS terahertz image sensor pixels
Yuma Hirata, Yuji Nagayasu, Kotaro Sawaguchi, Yuri Kanazawa, Masayuki Ikebe (Hokkkaido Univ.)
We propose a gain calibration mechanism for the global shutter CMOS terahertz image sensor. Even though we use the MOSFE... [more] IST2020-39
pp.9-12
IST 2020-07-01
15:00
Online Online Evaluation of mosaic multilayer interference filter attached on an image sensor for near-infrared color high-speed fundus camera
Masayuki Uemura, Wang Ze, Hironari Takehara (NAIST), Hirofumi Sumi (The Univ. of Tokyo), Hiroyuki Tashiro, Makito Haruta, Kiyotaka Sasagawa, Jun Ohta (NAIST)
The fundus diagnosis using near-infrared multispectral reduces the patient burden. We fabricated a Fabry-Perot multilaye... [more] IST2020-37
pp.19-21
IST 2020-03-27
09:00
Tokyo Kikaishinko kaikan
(Postponed)
A 1/2inch 48M All PDAF CMOS Image Sensor Using 0.8μm Quad Bayer Coding 2×2OCL with 1.0lux Minimum AF Illuminance Level
Tatsuya Okawa, Susumu Ooki, Hiroaki Yamajo, Masakazu Kawada, Masayuki Tachi, Kazuhiro Goi, Takatsugu Yamasaki, Hiroki Iwashita, Masahiko Nakamizo, Takayuki Ogasahara, Yoshiaki Kitano, Keiji Tatani (Sony)
Currently, there are two coding trends in mobile image sensors: Quad Bayer coding (QBC) and dual photodiode (DPD). QBC r... [more] IST2020-8
pp.1-5
IST 2020-03-27
09:50
Tokyo Kikaishinko kaikan
(Postponed)
A 1280 x 720 Back-Illuminated Stacked Temporal Contrast Event-based Vision Sensor with 4.86μm Pixels, 1.066GEPS Readout, Programmable Event Rate Controller and Compressive Data Formatting Pipeline
Thomas Finateu (Prophesee), Atsumi Niwa (Sony), Daniel Matolin (Prophesee), Koya Tsuchimoto (Sony), Andrea Mascheroni, Etienne Reynaud (Prophesee), Pooria Mostafalu, Frederick Brady (Sony), Ludovic Chotard, Florian LeGoff (Prophesee), Hirotsugu Takahashi, Hayato Wakabayashi, Yusuke Oike (Sony), Christoph Posch (Prophesee)
Event-based vision and image sensors, due to large circuitry in each pixel, benefit from wafer-stacking to achieve compe... [more] IST2020-10
pp.13-16
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