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The design of mechatronic anthropomorphic sensor platforms

Mair, G.M. and Heng, G. and Fryer, Richard (1994) The design of mechatronic anthropomorphic sensor platforms. In: Mechatronics - the Basis for New Industrial Development. Computational Mechanics Inc, Southampton, UK; and Boston, USA, pp. 291-296. ISBN 1 85312 367 6

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Abstract

Chapter on the design of mechatronic anthropomorphic sensor platforms. Details how Mair et al. at Strathclyde University developed mechatronic sensor platforms for active vision.