Julien Lecoeur

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Most existing robots are designed to exploit only one single locomotion mode, such as rolling, walking, flying, swimming, or jumping, which limits their flexibility and adaptability to different environments where specific and different locomotion capabilities could be more effective. Here we introduce the concept and the design of a flying robot with(More)
Miniature curved artificial compound eyes (CURVACE) represent a promising tool to assist in navigation of mobile robots. In particular, they feature ideal properties for minidrones to navigate safely in indoor environments due to its panoramic field of view, high temporal resolution, on-board data processing, small size and lightweight. However, the latter(More)
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