Bio-inspired Robotics Virtual Labs (Remote Trigger)

This remote-triggerable online laboratory will teach experiments and offer to introduce biorobotics and neuronal robot techniques. The focus is on practical skills in using simple electronics to reinforce application of bio-inspired ideas. Many experiments will help working towards thesis projects.

Controlling a servo motor in a bio-robotic environment (Remote Trigger)
To study how a servo motor can be controlled.
Understanding the kinematics of a robotic upper arm (Remote Trigger)
To understand a simple anthropomorphic articular, usually referred as a robotic arm.
Understanding the kinematics of a robotic upper arm - Interactive (Remote Trigger)
To extract coordinates and interact with a remotely controlled articulator
Light sensing process in a neural circuit (Remote Trigger)
To study the basics of beam circuits using a neuron circuit
Pattern recognition in a hardware neural network (Remote Trigger)
To study the data transmission using neuron circuits
Mechanism behind the movement of a Walker robot with 4 neurons (Remote Trigger)
To study the basic functioning of walker circuit
Interaction study with Neuronal Circuits
To understand the basic interactions happening in a bicore circuit
Constructing a six core brain like circuit (Remote Trigger)
To study the basic functioning of walker circuit

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