The SONY IMX637 was made possible through the collaboration between Sony and Prophesee, by combining Sony's CMOS image sensor technology with Prophesee's event-based method vision sensing technology.
An Event-based Vision Sensor (EVS) realizes high-speed, low latency data output by detecting luminance changes, which each pixel senses asynchronously, and only outputting the differential data after combining with the coordinate and time information. This functionality can be leveraged in recognition processing systems to enhance the efficiency of data provision, ideal for various applications in the industrial sector such as detection of fast-moving objects, equipment monitoring, movement detection analysis, and image recognition.
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|Product Name||SONY IMX637|
|Recording Pixels||640(H) x 512(V)|
|Pixel Size||4.86µm x 4.86µm|
MIPI 2 lanes
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