A Neural Model of Coordinated Head and Eye Movement Control

Abstract

Gaze shifts require the coordinated movement of both the eyes and the head in both animals and humanoid robots. To achieve this the brain and the robot control system needs to be able to perform complex non-linear sensory-motor transformations between many degrees of freedom and resolve the redundancy in such a system. In this article we propose a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10846-016-0410-8

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