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PI Lecture with Guillermo Gallego, “Current status of event-based vision research”
Event-based cameras, also called neuromorphic cameras or silicon retinas, are novel vision sensors that mimic functions from the human retina and offer potential advantages over traditional cameras (low latency, high speed, high dynamic range, bandwidth savings, low power, etc.). My previous talk was about event-based cameras for Spatial AI. In this talk I will provide an overview of how event-based cameras are becoming more and more widely spread in multiple applications (monitoring, tracking, counting, recognition, etc.).
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