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+ - Neuromorphic Algorithms Allow MAVs to Avoid Obstacles with Single Camera->

Submitted by aurtherdent2000
aurtherdent2000 (1226002) 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?

Link from Voice of America: http://www.voanews.com/content/robot_smart_bird/1538352.html"

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