APRON at Telluride 2010 (Neuromorphic Workshop)

APRON was involved with several projects at Telluride 2010. In particular it was used for a sensory fusion project, where a robot had to learn the relationships between visual, audio and motor spaces. This short clip is the robot learning the relationship between its arm and its neck using vision as the stimuli.

This video shows an attendee interacting with the robot head, to gain an intuitive understanding into how various aspects of the neural model were developing.

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