NewsA retina-inspired device that can detect and recognize
movements in the environment

30th November 2021by admin0
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Devices that can automatically detect and recognize
moving objects have numerous valuable applications, for instance,
enhancing remote environmental monitoring. Most existing motion
detection and recognition (MDR) technologies are based on image
sensors made of complementary metal oxide semiconductors (CMOS).
Compared to the human retina, these systems are often bulky and
ineffective, as they require several hardware components for
capturing, storing, and processing images.

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