Image sensor Sony IMX382 with a built-in processor may detect objects in the frame and follow them with a frequency of 1000 K/s

Sony has unveiled the image sensor IMX382, a key feature of which is the ability to detect objects in the frame and follow them with a frequency of 1000 K/S. the feature is powered by built-in processor, which is located on the crystal tools bulk packaging combined with the crystal sensor with back-illuminated.

A layered sensor with a resolution of 1.27 MP (1304 x 976 pixels) designed for machine vision systems. With it, industrial robot, for example, can quickly determine the speed and direction of movement in the frame. Please specify what frame rate when forming a full image (and a color depth of 12 bits) is equal to 60 fps, if the selected resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels and 120 fps if you have selected a resolution of 640 x 470 pixels. The above maximum frame rate of 1000 K/s corresponds to a resolution of 640 x 470 pixels, but at a color depth of 4 bits. If the resolution is 1280 x 960 pixels and a color depth of 4 bits, the frame rate is 500 fps. Optical sensor format — 1/3,2 inches, the pixel size 3.5 µm.

The sensor produces an image in Bayer RAW format or black-and-white image interface MIPI (CSI2) D-PHY with a capacity of one line 864 Mbps.

Shipment of study samples Sony IMX382 the manufacturer promises to start in October. To simplify the development of new sensor developers to the planned release of the corresponding set including camera and software.

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