July 7, 2023
This is a translation of the original Japanese information for internal use and reference purpose only.
The mechanism and potential applications of camera EVS are explained in an easy-to-understand manner with sample movies shot by "SilkyEvCam®"!
What is the new image processing "event-based"?
It was only a few years ago that cameras equipped with EVS (Event-Based Vision Sensor), which captures only changes in light brightness, appeared on the market. How does it differ from conventional frame cameras? What does it project and how? What are the advantages and applications? Many of you must have such questions on this camera.
We are pleased to announce that the structure and mechanism of EVS has been featured in the August issue of Transista Gijutsu (issued on July 10, CQ Publications, Inc.), a monthly comprehensive magazine of useful electronics, as "Next Generation Camera Research" (P190~). Furthermore, the article explains the potential applications in an easy-to-understand manner, using sample movies shot by our event-based vision camera "SilkyEvCam®".
We recommend this magazine as an introduction to event-based systems, as it will help you find answers to some of the questions that first come to mind when you first learn about “event-based”.
We hope you will purchase and read the August issued of Transista Gijutsu.
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