9 July 1991 Analog CMOS IC for object position and orientation
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A CMOS VLSI chip that determines the position and orientation of an object is described. The chip operates in a continuous-time analog fashion, with a response time as short as 200 s and power consumption under 50 mW. A self-contained phototransistor array acquires the image directly, and the output is a set of eight currents from which the position and orientation can be found. Orientation is determined to within 2% or better for moderately sized and sufficiently elongated objects. Chip dimensions are 7900 m by 9200nm.
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David L. Standley, Berthold K. P. Horn, "Analog CMOS IC for object position and orientation", Proc. SPIE 1473, Visual Information Processing: From Neurons to Chips, (9 July 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.45554; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.45554
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