Recently, a number of new and exciting asynchronous video sensor designs (i.e, DVS, DAVIS, ATIS, and ASINT) have emerged and there is now a burgeoning research community investigating the challenges and opportunities associated with them. Asynchronous video sensors are neuromorphic in nature, more closely mimicking the mechanisms of the human eye. Their primary feature is that each pixel fires independently and asynchronously, allowing for very fine-grained temporal resolution in detecting changes in pixel value. While early work in this area has concentrated mostly on novel uses for asynchronous sensing, the systems challenges that come along with this exciting new sensing paradigm have largely gone unexplored. The aim of this workshop is to highlight advances in asynchronous sensing technologies while bringing representational and systems challenges to the fore, connecting early asynchronous sensing researchers largely from the vision community with multimedia systems researchers who might be able to take the lessons learned from decades of systems research with traditional synchronous media and bring them to bear to this nascent field.
Topics for submissions include but are not limited to:
Prospective authors are invited to submit an electronic version of full papers, in PDF format, up to six (6) printed pages plus one (1) page solely for references in length (double column ACM style format) at the workshop website. Authors must prepare their papers in a way that preserves the anonymity of the authors. Please do NOT include the author names under the title. The workshop proceedings will be published by ACM Digital Library.
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