Roll-Stabilization During Flight of the Blowfly's Head and Body by Mechanical and Visual Cues

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Flying animals have six degrees of freedom of movement in space: three of translation along their body axes (lift, slip, thrust), and three of rotation about these axes (yaw, pitch, roll). For aerodynamical reasons, however, they maintain on average a characteristic flight attitude, i.e. a particular orientation of their body with respect to the gravity… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hengstenberg2004RollStabilizationDF, title={Roll-Stabilization During Flight of the Blowfly's Head and Body by Mechanical and Visual Cues}, author={Roland Hengstenberg}, year={2004} }