Reactive direction control for a mobile robot: a locust-like control of escape direction emerges when a bilateral pair of model locust visual neurons are integrated

@article{Yue2010ReactiveDC,
  title={Reactive direction control for a mobile robot: a locust-like control of escape direction emerges when a bilateral pair of model locust visual neurons are integrated},
  author={Shigang Yue and Roger D. Santer and Yoshifumi Yamawaki and F. Claire Rind},
  journal={Auton. Robots},
  year={2010},
  volume={28},
  pages={151-167}
}
Locusts possess a bilateral pair of uniquely identifiable visual neurons that respond vigorously to the image of an approaching object. These neurons are called the lobula giant movement detectors (LGMDs). The locust LGMDs have been extensively studied and this has lead to the development of an LGMD model for use as an artificial collision detector in robotic applications. To date, robots have been equipped with only a single, central artificial LGMD sensor, and this triggers a non-directional… CONTINUE READING
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