Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2112.06102

Jan. 21, 2022, 2:10 a.m. | Pedro Machado, Andreas Oikonomou

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Vertebrate retinas are highly-efficient in processing trivial visual tasks
such as detecting moving objects, yet a complex task for modern computers. The
detection of object motion is done by specialised retinal ganglion cells named
Object-motion-sensitive ganglion cells (OMS-GC). OMS-GC process continuous
signals and generate spike patterns that are post-processed by the Visual
Cortex. The Neuromorphic Hybrid Spiking Motion Detector (NeuroHSMD) proposed in
this work accelerates the HSMD algorithm using Field-Programmable Gate Arrays
(FPGAs). The Hybrid Spiking Motion Detector (HSMD) algorithm …

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