Ido Zelman

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The octopus arm is a muscular hydrostat and due to its deformable and highly flexible structure it is capable of a rich repertoire of motor behaviors. Its motor control system uses planning principles and control strategies unique to muscular hydrostats. We previously reconstructed a data set of octopus arm movements from records of natural movements using(More)
Tracking animal movements in 3D space is an essential part of many biomechanical studies. The most popular technique for human motion capture uses markers placed on the skin which are tracked by a dedicated system. However, this technique may be inadequate for tracking animal movements, especially when it is impossible to attach markers to the animal's body(More)
Drivers' situation awareness is known to be remarkably low in the automated driving mode, which can result in a delayed and inefficient response when requested to resume control of the vehicle. The present study examined the usefulness of a haptic seat that projects spatial information on approaching vehicles to facilitate drivers' preparedness to take(More)
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