Automated hull reconstruction motion tracking (HRMT) applied to sideways maneuvers of free-flying insects.

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Flying insects perform aerial maneuvers through slight manipulations of their wing motions. Because such manipulations in wing kinematics are subtle, a reliable method is needed to properly discern consistent kinematic strategies used by the insect from inconsistent variations and measurement error. Here, we introduce a novel automated method that… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.025502

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@article{Ristroph2009AutomatedHR, title={Automated hull reconstruction motion tracking (HRMT) applied to sideways maneuvers of free-flying insects.}, author={Leif Ristroph and Gordon J. Berman and Attila Bergou and Z. Jane Wang and Itai Cohen}, journal={The Journal of experimental biology}, year={2009}, volume={212 Pt 9}, pages={1324-35} }