SCAMP-5 Vision Sensor

SCAMP is a vision sensor chip that includes a programmable processor in each pixel. The computations are implemented using mixed-mode circuits, with much of the datapath implemented in analog. The chip can implement low-level vision algorithms directly on the sensor plane, before outputting the computation results as gray-scale or binary images, or sparse address-event data. I will explain the system, and the programming framework. I brought a few systems with me, so if people are interested they can try to implement their vision algorithms on the sensor. It’s a lot of fun, and it is kinda neuromorphic (but no spikes...)
More information about the chip can be found here:

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Day Time Location
Tue, 30.04.2019 14:00 - 15:00 Lecture Room


Piotr Dudek


Matthew Cook
Daniel Gutierrez-Galan
Jamie Knight
Jingyue Zhao