The Circular Optical Object Locator is a collaborative and cooperative music-making device. It uses an inexpensive digital video camera to observe a rotating platter. Opaque objects placed on the platter are detected by the camera during rotation. The locations of the objects passing under the camera are used to generate music.
A study was conducted to determine if an adaptive controller can recover level 1 handling qualities on a piloted, simulated aircraft in a degraded state. Four different aircraft models of varying handling qualities levels were used as a test data-set to determine if all four could be augmented via the adaptive controller to level 1 handling qualities. Two… (More)