Lidar used to cost $75,000—here’s how Apple brought it to the iPhone

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A final contender that’s worth mentioning here is Sense Photonics, which we covered back in January. Like the other companies we’ve discussed, Sense is using VCSELs and SPADs for its lidar. However, Sense is using a technique called micro-transfer printing to spread its lasers out. This allows the lasers to use more power without running into heat and eye safety problems

https://arstechnica.com/cars/2020/10/the-technology-behind-the-iphone-lidar-may-be-coming-soon-to-cars/

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