The asynchronous time-based neuromorphic image sensor ATIS is an array of autonomously operating pixels able to encode luminance information with an exceptionally high dynamic range (>143 dB). This paper introduces an event-based methodology to display data from this type of event-based imagers, taking into account the large dynamic range and high temporal accuracy that go beyond available mainstream display technologies.
The 9th Biennial “The Eye and the Chip” is just under a month away. Attend and learn how researchers from around the world are working toward a future with artificial vision. September 18 – 20 in Dearborn, Michigan
The 16th congress of European Retina, Macula and Vitreous Society (EURETINA) will take place from 8 – 11 Sept at Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark. The congress touches on fields like Retina, Eyesight, Medical, Healthcare and Ophthalmology.