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January 11th, 2006

Advanced Imaging

Abstract:
The MDA grant, “Multispectral Nanoantenna Infrared Sensors,” is worth $749,810 and covers the development of nanotechnology operating in infrared bands and ensuing integration with ultrahigh-speed cellular visual microprocessor (CVM), operating at rates beyond 1,000 fps. The ONR grant also involves CVM technology and is worth $299,774. (look under the heading "Add Processing, Storing, Sensing, Then Stir")

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