"Seeing" in the dark: neuromorphic VLSI modeling of bat echolocation

@inproceedings{Horiuchi2005SeeingIT,
  title={"Seeing" in the dark: neuromorphic VLSI modeling of bat echolocation},
  author={Timothy K. Horiuchi},
  year={2005}
}
E choes are a major part of our daily auditory lives. Yet, very few of us are even aware that we use them constantly to understand the space around us. The bats of the suborder Microchiroptera have made echo detection their primary sensory modality for guiding agile flight in cluttered, threedimensional (3-D) environments and for capturing flying insects in complete darkness. The attempt to understand this fascinating sensory modality has captured the attention of researchers in fields as… CONTINUE READING

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