Saved by sensors, Sony aims to expand their use in robotics, self-driving cars

By Makiko Yamazaki and Yoshiyasu Shida

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“Time-of-flight” sensors, for example, calculate distances by measuring the time it takes for light to reflect from an object and could be used in drones or robotics for gesture and object recognition.

man thats something like technology of all technologies. It was always clear to me that image sensors were something magical

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Omron.... Omron people.... they've been pioneering sensors for years. But, as usual, Japan leads and secedes.

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