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Tianmouc vision chip

A team of researchers from Tsinghua University (Beijing, China) has developed the Tianmouc vision chip, which is based on the performance of the human eye.

The Tianmouc chip eliminates the limitations of traditional image sensors and is highly energy efficient. It is capable of processing 10,000 frames per second and has a large dynamic range of 130 decibels to cope with rapidly changing light conditions.

Tianmouc transforms visual information by breaking it down into smaller data and combining it to create a complete view of the environment (without using pixel density). In autonomous driving tests, Tianmouc has shown accuracy, speed and reliability, overcoming the challenges faced by existing navigation systems. This chip could lead to more responsive and safer self-driving cars in the future.