Rewired’s Santiago Tenorio and Jae Yong-Lee explain dynamic vision sensors and event cameras in this exclusive interview
Just about every machine that moves requires some sort of sensing technology which informs it of its exact location and its position within its environment and its proximity to other objects within that environment.
One of the most well-known computational solutions for such sensing systems is called “simultaneous localisation and mapping”, or SLAM, which can be found in things like robotic vacuum cleaners, warehouse robots and other moving vehicles.
In recent years, another technology called “light detection and ranging”, or LiDAR, has also received much attention because it seems to be popular with automakers. [Read more…] about Dynamic vision sensors and event cameras could reduce machine perception’s computing workload