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17 January 20111024 pixels single photon imaging array for 3D ranging
Three dimensions (3D) acquisition systems are driving applications in many research field. Nowadays 3D acquiring
systems are used in a lot of applications, such as cinema industry or in automotive (for active security systems).
Depending on the application, systems present different features, for example color sensitivity, bi-dimensional image
resolution, distance measurement accuracy and acquisition frame rate. The system we developed acquires 3D movie
using indirect Time of Flight (iTOF), starting from phase delay measurement of a sinusoidally modulated light. The
system acquires live movie with a frame rate up to 50frame/s in a range distance between 10 cm up to 7.5 m.
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S. Bellisai, F. Guerrieri, S. Tisa, F. Zappa, A. Tosi, A. Giudice, "1024 pixels single photon imaging array for 3D ranging," Proc. SPIE 7942, Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits XIII, 79420L (17 January 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.874429