If you are a reader of this blog, you are accustomed to seeing images from the Cassini probe around Saturn every so often.
In this video, Eric Fossum recounts the story behind CMOS Image Sensors and the technology transfer that took place from imagers used to view Saturn on Cassini all the way to your cell Phone. Think about it, no imaging CMOS in 1995, billions of chips 19 years later. The attendant presentation is here.
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