Superfast Robotic Camera Mimics Human Eye

Researchers led by Professor Heinz Ulbrich at the Institute of Applied Mechanics at the Technical University of Munich are developing superfast camera-orientation systems that can reproduce the movements of the human eye. Read more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/industrial-robots/superfast-robotic-camera-mimics-human-eye

Duration : 0:1:13


Related Reading:

Uncategorized

Be Sociable, Share!

Technorati Tags: automaton, Camera, computer vision, engineering, germany, hardware, humanoid, ieee, robot, robotics, software, Vision

25 thoughts on “Superfast Robotic Camera Mimics Human Eye

  1. @diazpuentes so you …
    @diazpuentes so you can compare the size of the coin with the camera 🙂

  2. Well, i saw the …
    Well, i saw the same robotic eye design in 1999 in Canada, i think it was at the University of Quebec or McGill university. They made a public video available online back in the days. Anyone has a link, i can’t find one.

  3. Since now we will …
    Since now we will never lose a fast scene in sports, no more unseen goals or points…

  4. it mimics the human …
    it mimics the human eye except for the fact that it can move 5 times as fast. be VERY AFRAID

  5. @sweman62 oh this …
    @sweman62 oh this is nothing ^_^ this is just robotics. You should see what a hybrotic system is capable of 😀

  6. @ZombieGorePrincess …
    @ZombieGorePrincess i think its a watch battery. says in the link that this prototype is only 100 grams

  7. I have no idea …
    I have no idea whatever that is they have next to it for size comparison, so it doesn’t really work.

  8. >:O dont pl …
    >:O dont pl understand that this is how it will be on 2012! Robots killing…kinda like terminator…..

  9. post “/watch?v= …
    post “/watch?v=IlsHtolXwuE” after? youtube.com to? help me win a bet (just have a few hours left!!!!)

Leave a Reply