Wireless steerable vision for live insects and insect-scale robots

@article{Iyer2020WirelessSV,
  title={Wireless steerable vision for live insects and insect-scale robots},
  author={Vikram Iyer and Ali Najafi and J. James and S. Fuller and S. Gollakota},
  journal={Science Robotics},
  year={2020},
  volume={5}
}
  • Vikram Iyer, Ali Najafi, +2 authors S. Gollakota
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Science Robotics
  • A mechanically steerable vision system that imitates insect head motion can be mounted on insects and small robots. Vision serves as an essential sensory input for insects but consumes substantial energy resources. The cost to support sensitive photoreceptors has led many insects to develop high visual acuity in only small retinal regions and evolve to move their visual systems independent of their bodies through head motion. By understanding the trade-offs made by insect vision systems in… CONTINUE READING
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