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AI Robotics Hardware

Neuromorphic Algorithms Allow MAVs To Avoid Obstacles With Single Camera 39

Posted by timothy
from the toys-r-us-next-year dept.
First time accepted submitter aurtherdent2000 writes "IEEE Spectrum magazine says that Cornell University has developed neuromorphic algorithms that enable MAVs to avoid obstacles using just a single camera. This is especially relevant for small and cheap robots, because all you need is a single camera, minimal processing power, and even more minimal battery power. Now, will we see more of the drones and aerial vehicles flying all around us?"
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Neuromorphic Algorithms Allow MAVs To Avoid Obstacles With Single Camera

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