Humans and robots working together toward a common goal

28 febrero, 2017 Joseph McIntyre


In recent decades the study of human physiology and robotics have become intrinsically intertwined, particularly when in comes to the study of motor behavior, i.e. the ability to move about and manipulate objects within our environment.

Whereas early studies of how humans move concentrated on the physiology of muscle and nerves, it quickly became apparent that a mastery of control principles, information theory and basic Newtonian physics, in addition to biochemistry molecular biology, is crucial to understanding why muscles, sensory organs and neural circuits evolved the way they did. Continuar leyendo