A global shutter image sensor from Omnivision, the OG0VE is 26% smaller and at least 50% more power-efficient than its predecessor, the OV7251. The CMOS image sensor is well-suited for small, low-power cameras used in augmented, virtual, and mixed reality (AR/VR/MR) devices, as well as metaverse, drone, robot, and machine vision applications.
The company’s global shutter technology, OmniPixel 3-GS, enables the OG0VE sensor to capture moving objects, even at high speeds, without creating spatial distortion. OG0VE is based on a 3-µm pixel size and delivers VGA resolution of 640×480 pixels. It features a 1/7.5-in. optical format and comes in a chip scale package that is just 3.6×2.7 mm. Power consumption is less than 34 mW when operating at 60 frames/s at full VGA resolution.
The sensor’s global shutter pixel architecture and low-light sensitivity allow it to be used for any application requiring simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM), gesture detection, head and eye tracking, and depth and motion detection. Other features include programmable frame rate, mirror and flip, cropping, and windowing; automatic black level calibration; and horizontal and vertical 2:1 and 4:1 monochrome subsampling. The sensor also provides a single-lane MIPI D-PHY serial output interface supporting rates up to 800 Mbps.
In addition to the chip-scale package, the OG0VE global shutter image sensor is also available as bare die. The part is sampling now, with mass production expected in mid-2023.
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