Biomimetic binocular technology
The formation of the human eye has undergone 4.6 billion years of evolution since the emergence of organisms, becoming the most important sensory organ of human beings, also known as the "most sophisticated" system created by nature.
The eyes are also the most closely related organ to the brain, and the complexity of the eyes is closely related to the intelligence level of organisms. The ingenious structure and function of human eyes enable people to observe the world, ensuring the dominant position of humans in the natural world.
The team has a research history of more than 30 years in the fields of robot vision, neurophysiology, and bionics, and is an international leader in the field of bionic binocular technology. This technology starts with the description of the physiological structure of the human eye and its motion control nervous system, runs through the mathematical model of the biological vision system, image processing, brain-like framework, and intelligent decision-making, and ends with the whole bionic eye system of motion control.
A Mathematical Model of the Neural System for Eye Movement Control
The team imitated the neural topology structure between the human eyes and the brain and established a biomimetic binocular control system model for robots. Like human eyes, this model simultaneously has various motion functions such as binocular coordination, visual tracking, saccadic eye movement, vestibular eye movement reflex, and neck eye reflex. These functions are the foundation for stable target recognition and tracking of the human eye. This technology enables the robot's eyes to identify and track targets stably in complex environments with vibrations and bumps.