Journal Article CMOS image sensor with pseudorandom pixel placement for jaggy elimination

Akita, Junichi

14 ( 9 )  , p.20170154 , 2017-05-10 , The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers = 電子情報通信学会
The pixels in the conventional image sensors are placed at lattice positions, and this causes the jaggies at the edge of the slant line we perceive, which is hard to resolve by pixel size reduction. The author has been proposing the method of reducing the jaggies effect by arranging the photo diode at pseudorandom positions, with keeping the lattice arrangement of pixel boundaries that are compatible with the conventional image sensor architecture. In this paper, the author discusses the design of CMOS image sensor with pseudorandom pixel placement, as well as the preliminary evaluation of the fabricated CMOS image sensor.
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