R. Serrano-Gotarredona, M. Oster, P. Lichtsteiner, A. Linares-Barranco, R. Paz-Vicente, F. Gomez-Rodriguez, H. Kolle Riis, T. Delbruck, S. C. Liu, S. Zahnd, A. M. Whatley, R. Douglas, P. Hafliger, G. Jimenez-Moreno, A. Civit, T. Serrano-Gotarredona, A. Acosta-Jimenez, B. Linares-Barranco
A 5-layer neuromorphic vision processor whose components communicate spike events asychronously using the address-event- representation (AER) is demonstrated. The system includes a retina chip, two convolution chips, a 2D winner-take-all chip, a delay line chip, a learning classiﬁer chip, and a set of PCBs for computer interfacing and address space remappings. The components use a mixture of analog and digital computation and will learn to classify trajectories of a moving object. A complete experimental setup and measurements results are shown.