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Biologically Inspired Visual Control of Flying Robots
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2013)
Insects posses an incredible ability to navigate their environment at high speed, despite having small brains and limited visual acuity. Through selective pressure they have evolved computationally efficient means for ...
Visual control of multi-rotor UAVs
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2014)
Recent miniaturization of computer hardware, MEMs sensors, and high energy density batteries have enabled highly capable mobile robots to become available at low cost. This has driven the rapid expansion of interest in ...
Movement and Force Measurement Systems as a Foundation for Biomimetic Research on Insects
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2008)
During the undertaken research and development, two major systems were designed. These were; a prototype force sensor, and a movement measurement system. Both the developed systems were designed for the intended field of ...
An embedded augmented reality system
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineer, 2011)
This report describes an embedded system designed to support the development of embedded augmented reality applications. It includes an integrated camera and built-in graphics acceleration hardware. An example augmented ...