Towards Visually-Guided Neuromorphic Robots



Welcome to the Beobot Project!

Beobots are autonomous robots whose brains are standard Linux clusters of computers which run real-time neuromorphic vision algorithms.

Just like Beowulf Clusters have revolutionized the world of high-performance computing, replacing costly and slowly-evolving custom supercomputer hardware by assemblies of inexpensive, mass-produced personal computers, we hope that Beobots (a Beowulf cluster on a mobile robot) will lead the way towards a new generation of robotics systems that are inexpensive, rapidly evolving, built from standard mass-produced components, and armed with sufficient computational power to run real-time neuromorphic vision algorithms.

Last SVN commit:Fri May 27 15:10:19 2016
Last Forum post:Mon May 23 18:49:38 2016
Last publication:Mon Feb 1 13:41:13 2016

The Beobot Project is one of the many exciting neuromorphic vision research projects from the iLab at the University of Southern California.

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