Robot camera controller moves like human eye
To improve camera systems in robots, engineers have found a way to recreate the muscle control of the human eye.
“Essentially, in the human eye, muscles are controlled by neural impulses. Eventually, the actuators we are developing will be used to capture the kinematics and performance of the human eye,” says Georgia Tech engineer Joshua Schultz.
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