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How do you track an object moving in space?
A complete stereovision event-based framework to compute depth uses the output of two asynchronous, stimulus-based silicon retinas.
If you want to design robots able to interact to the real world in a useful way, you will eventually bump into the problem of implementing robust object recognition... This post describes work done the Neuromorphics Lab, using the Cog Ex Machina software platform to recognize objects in an iRobot Create platform.
A programmable chip can replace the ability of the cerebellum to learn a timed eye-blink response to a sound.
A simple learning rule that implements a spatial map can be used for online correction of position estimates in a neuromorphic head direction cell system.
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