Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives et Intégratives d'Aquitaine (UMR5287)

Aquitaine Institute for Cognitive and Integrative Neuroscience



INCIA - UMR 5287- CNRS
Université de Bordeaux

Zone nord Bat 2 2ème étage
146, rue Léo Saignat
33076 Bordeaux cedex
France

Téléphone 05.57.57.15.51
Télécopie 05.56.90.14.21

Supervisory authorities

CNRS Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Université de Bordeaux

Our partners

Neurocampus Unitéde Formation de Biologie

GDR

GDR Robotique GDR Mémoire GDR Multi-électrodes

Search




Home > Teams > HYBRID (A. De RUGY) > Themes

Themes

Theme 1: Myoelectric Arm Control with Sensory Substitution

We developed a myoelectric control of an elbow augmented with vibrotactile feedback of elbow position (Fig1A and B). A first experiment on healthy subjects and amputees in collaboration with an (...)

Read more

Theme 2: Biomechanics and Spinal Regulation

Myoelectric prosthesis, where artificial movements are controlled by muscle recordings, are all lacking important contributions from limb’s biomechanics and spinal regulations. To reinstall these (...)

Read more

Theme 3: Robotic Arm Control (REACHY)

In collaboration with a developmental robotics team (FLOWERS, P-Y Oudeyer) and a startup in robotics (Pollen Robotics), we develop the 3D printed robotic platform REACHY as a testbed for (...)

Read more

Theme 4: Computer Vision and Gaze Information

In collaboration with Prof J Benois-Pineau (LABRI), we develop a line of research aiming at integrating tools from computer vision augmented with gaze information, in order to help prosthesis and (...)

Read more

Theme 5: Reaching in Virtual Reality

To further develop and test various control schemes, we developed a 3D virtual reality (VR) set-up for reaching and grasping with the arm (Fig 4B). As automatic object detection is now available (...)

Read more

Theme 6: Hybrid crayfish

Daniel Cattaert , Julien Bacqué-Cazenave
In order to study the processing of sensory feedback during ongoing movements, we developed a hybrid system comprising the thoracic ventral nerve cord (...)

Read more

Theme 7: Hand Biomechanics

One central feature of the human motor system is the presence of redundancy as pointed out by Bernstein (1967). The redundancy implies that the number of variable at a given level of analysis is (...)

Read more

Theme 8: Morphogenesis and Biomechanics of Connective Tissues

We study the motion of cell masses during morphogenesis in order to identify links and relationships between diverse anatomical structures in humans. These links have major roles in (...)

Read more