Population coding neural network

This was an interesting weekend project that I completed a few months ago. I challenged myself to write some slightly different code for my robot head that would lead to an interesting visual representation of the robot head position. Partly inspired by real neural networks in the brain, I used population coding of a large number of neurons to represent the head pan and tilt position. I was able to extend this further to actually control the head position. Check out the video below for a more in depth description.

 

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