Development of non-contact physiological motion sensor on CMOS chip and its potential applications

Changzhi Li, Jenshan Lin, Olga Boric-Lubecke, Victor M. Lubecke, Anders Host-Madsen, Byung Kwon Park

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Abstract

This paper reviews the development of non-contact physiological motion sensor chips. The first chip was developed at Bell Labs during 2000-2002. The research that led to this first demonstration is described. Since then, several different approaches have been taken to improve the performance and to explore potential military and commercial applications. The non-contact sensor chips that can detect physiological motions of humans and animals from a distance away will find a variety of applications including healthcare, security, emergency response, etc. A few examples of applications and their potential impacts to our society are discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationASICON 2007 - 2007 7th International Conference on ASIC Proceeding
Pages1022-1027
Number of pages6
DOIs
StatePublished - 2007
Event2007 7th International Conference on ASIC, ASICON 2007 - Guilin, China
Duration: Oct 26 2007Oct 29 2007

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NameASICON 2007 - 2007 7th International Conference on ASIC Proceeding

Conference

Conference2007 7th International Conference on ASIC, ASICON 2007
CountryChina
CityGuilin
Period10/26/0710/29/07

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    Li, C., Lin, J., Boric-Lubecke, O., Lubecke, V. M., Host-Madsen, A., & Park, B. K. (2007). Development of non-contact physiological motion sensor on CMOS chip and its potential applications. In ASICON 2007 - 2007 7th International Conference on ASIC Proceeding (pp. 1022-1027). [4415807] (ASICON 2007 - 2007 7th International Conference on ASIC Proceeding). https://doi.org/10.1109/ICASIC.2007.4415807