Single-Photon Tracking for High-Speed Vision†
AbstractQuanta Imager Sensors provide photon detections at high frame rates, with negligible read-out noise, making them ideal for high-speed optical tracking. At the basic level of bit-planes or binary maps of photon detections, objects may present limited detail. However, through motion estimation and spatial reassignment of photon detections, the objects can be reconstructed with minimal motion artefacts. We here present the first demonstration of high-speed two-dimensional (2D) tracking and reconstruction of rigid, planar objects with a Quanta Image Sensor, including a demonstration of depth-resolved tracking. View Full-Text
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Gyongy, I.; Dutton, N.A.; Henderson, R.K. Single-Photon Tracking for High-Speed Vision. Sensors 2018, 18, 323.
Gyongy I, Dutton NA, Henderson RK. Single-Photon Tracking for High-Speed Vision. Sensors. 2018; 18(2):323.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gyongy, Istvan; Dutton, Neale A.; Henderson, Robert K. 2018. "Single-Photon Tracking for High-Speed Vision." Sensors 18, no. 2: 323.
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