Advances in SPAD sensor technology have recently yielded a >10kfps, 320x240 resolution imager [1] that can be operated as a Quanta Image Sensor (QIS) [2]. This device (labelled SPCImager) thus combines the high speed and sensitivity afforded by SPAD devices with the negligible readout noise and logarithmic compression of QIS. These attributes open the door to a number of potential applications. This work explores two applications: high speed imaging of fast moving objects and low light microscopy. Appropriate signal processing schemes are considered in both cases.

Bit-plane Processing Techniques for Low-Light, High Speed Imaging with a SPAD-based QIS

Parmesan, Luca;
2015

Abstract

Advances in SPAD sensor technology have recently yielded a >10kfps, 320x240 resolution imager [1] that can be operated as a Quanta Image Sensor (QIS) [2]. This device (labelled SPCImager) thus combines the high speed and sensitivity afforded by SPAD devices with the negligible readout noise and logarithmic compression of QIS. These attributes open the door to a number of potential applications. This work explores two applications: high speed imaging of fast moving objects and low light microscopy. Appropriate signal processing schemes are considered in both cases.
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