The first biologically inspired robots

@article{Holland2003TheFB,
  title={The first biologically inspired robots},
  author={Owen Holland},
  journal={Robotica},
  year={2003},
  volume={21},
  pages={351-363}
}
INTRODUCTION Most articles and books on the history of robotics make only a passing reference to Grey Walter’s robot tortoises, regarding them as quaint period curiosities quite unrelated to our intellectually and technically sophisticated modern creations. This is to some extent understandable, because very little of a satisfactory scientific nature was ever published about the tortoises, and the information that did appear is relatively inaccessible to today’s researchers because the… CONTINUE READING

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