Posture control of lower limbs of Xenopus by small multi-electrode stimulation of sciatic nerve bundle
We propose a method for controlling the posture of a living organism by attaching small multi-electrodes to a nerve bundle and applying multiple patterns of electrical stimulation.
Using Xenopus as an experimental subject, we examined the relationship between the pattern of electrical stimulation and the posture of the lower extremity.
Designing skeletal muscle shape and movement
Living things have different sizes and weight bodies, but they can ｍove using the same actuator, which is muscle．As a bio-hybrid system, we aim the availability of skeletal muscle as an actuator in robotics. In this study, we study the methods to design the movement of muscle using 3Dprinter that can print muscle cells.
Development of multi-copter control system of bumblebee in virtual environment
Bumblebees are insects with excellent learning and flying abilities. In this presentation, we propose an experimental system using multicopters in virtual space as a method to elucidate the mechanism of learning ability in the flight of bumblebees.