Application fields of 3D image sensor
An image sensor, or photosensitive element, is a device that converts an optical image into an electronic signal, and it is widely used in digital cameras and other electronic optical devices. Early image sensors used analog signals, such as video camera tubes. With the rapid development of digital technology, semiconductor manufacturing technology, and the Internet, the market and the industry are facing the arrival of the era of video, video, and communication integration across various platforms, which outlines the beauty of the daily life of human beings in the future.
Photosensitive devices are the core components of industrial cameras, and there are two types of image sensors, CMOS and CCD. The unique technology of CCD has the advantages of good low-illumination effect, high signal-to-noise ratio, strong transparency, and good color reproduction ability, and is widely used in high-end fields such as transportation and medical treatment. Due to its advantages in imaging, it will continue to be used for a long time, but at the same time, its high cost and high power consumption also restrict its market development space.