Fujifilm, Pana­sonic de­velop high-speed sen­sor jointly

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Fujifilm Corp. and Pana­sonic Corp. joined to­gether to de­velop a new or­ganic CMOS im­age sen­sor. The new de­vice used an or­ganic pho­to­elec­tric con­ver­sion layer with a pho­to­elec­tric con­ver­sion prop­erty at the light-re­ceiv­ing sec­tion of an im­age sen­sor, to achieve per­for­mance bet­ter than con­ven­tional sen­sors. The light-re­ceiv­ing film can be stuck on elec­tri­cal cir­cuits, fol­lowed by a pro­tec­tive film, a colour fil­ter, and a mi­cro-lens. Re­search re­sults were pre­sented by both com­pa­nies at the 2013 Sym­po­sium on VLSI Tech­nol­ogy in Ky­oto on June 11 and the 2013 In­ter­na­tional Im­age Sen­sor Work­shop in Utah, USA, on June 15th. The com­pa­nies aim to pro­mote this tech­nol­ogy for a va­ri­ety of prod­ucts, in­clud­ing cam­eras, in-ve­hi­cle cam­eras, mo­bile de­vices, and dig­i­tal cam­eras.

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