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'[EE]: Mitsubishi CMOS Image sensors in India'
2001\06\28@011759 by jeethur

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Hi,
Does anyone know where I can buy  the Mitsubishi M64283FP 128 x 128 Pixels
CMOS Image sensor
in India ?

They're supposed to be quite cheap. I would like to try interfacing one to
a PIC.


Thnx,

Jeethu Rao

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2001\06\28@152833 by Raymond Choat

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Let me know if you have any luck with your project. I would love to play
with an Image sensor too. It would help my project (Light Stare) a light in
a ball on a pole that shines a light beam that follows me where I am on my
land. I live in Alaska and during the dark part of the year I always wished
for a light that would follow me around (just the light beam). Sounded like
a cheap small project that I could afford, as the pole to put it on is
already up. Maybe a belt clip with some infared leds blinking at a given hz
or color that the sensor could see?
Wrong Way Ray (Raymond Choat)


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2001\06\28@164200 by Mike Hardwick

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Ray,

You might beg a sample or two of OmniVision's OV5116 cheapo CMOS imager.
It's nearly a complete B&W camera on a chip. I've used 'em in simple target
tracking applications with success... OmniVision: http://www.ovt.com

Mike Hardwick
http://www.decadenet.com

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2001\06\28@193716 by Scott Stephens

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From: Raymond Choat <spam_OUTrcTakeThisOuTspamKENAI.NET>


> my project (Light Stare) a light in
>a ball on a pole that shines a light beam that follows me where I am on my
>land.

I would think PIR would be a great way to do that. Us a vibrating reed to
chop a mirror-reflected image onto a quadrature bolometer or Kynar film -
sort of like a Sidewinder missle. Of course there is doppler radar too.

> I live in Alaska and during the dark part of the year I always wished
>for a light that would follow me around (just the light beam).

I would like to know some tips on keeping your hardware working at -60
degrees!

Scott

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2001\06\28@195643 by Barry Gershenfeld

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Ray,

Get a corner reflector or some reflector material.  Both bounce
the light back to the source.  So then have a light source at the
camera and if you modulate it you can watch the image sensor
to see if what it's picking up blinks along with your generated
signal.  Then you don't have to synchronize to any remote
transmitter on your belt or whatnot.

Barry


At 11:25 AM 6/28/01 -0800, you wrote:
>Let me know if you have any luck with your project. I would love to play
>with an Image sensor too. It would help my project (Light Stare) a light in
>a ball on a pole that shines a light beam that follows me where I am on my
>land. I live in Alaska and during the dark part of the year I always wished
>for a light that would follow me around (just the light beam). Sounded like
>a cheap small project that I could afford, as the pole to put it on is
>already up. Maybe a belt clip with some infared leds blinking at a given hz
>or color that the sensor could see?
>Wrong Way Ray (Raymond Choat)

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2001\06\29@055751 by jeethur

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Scott,

You just hinted something about the SideWinder Missile.
This thing just interests me a lot.
Could you plz tell me more about it ?

Jeethu Rao

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2001\06\29@122002 by John Waters

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If the light beam follows you, you are making yourself "being seen" only.
If you want the light beam to assist you "see", it should be directed ahead
of where you are going.

>Let me know if you have any luck with your project. I would love to play
>with an Image sensor too. It would help my project (Light Stare) a light in
>a ball on a pole that shines a light beam that follows me where I am on my
>land. I live in Alaska and during the dark part of the year I always wished
>for a light that would follow me around (just the light beam). Sounded like
>a cheap small project that I could afford, as the pole to put it on is
>already up. Maybe a belt clip with some infared leds blinking at a given hz
>or color that the sensor could see?
>Wrong Way Ray (Raymond Choat)

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2001\06\30@042711 by Raymond Choat

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I would use a wide beam for general area lighting. But let me put some more
thought to it and I bet it could be made to see my motion and guess where I
am going.
Wrong Way Ray (Raymond Choat)

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