Published two papers on the effect of sensory feedback on crayfish posture and locomotion. It used a novel neural interface to allow a living crayfish to control a virtual copy of its body. We used this to study the role of reflexes in open and close loop situations, and was able to reproduce a neuromechanical simulation that reproduced the results from the live animal.
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Programming the Arduino Due as an SPI slave. This is the sixth part of a series of posts that detail how to configure and use the Jetson TK1's touch screen SPI to send high speed data to and Arduino Due.
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