April 27, 2016 AT 7:00 am
Building a Nervous System with NeuroBytes
Thanks so much to Drew for sending us this tip! Drew writes:
Zach Fredin and Joe Burdo of NeuroTinker entered NeuroBytes in the 2015 Hackaday Prize and were named a Best Product Finalist:
Zach spoke at the Hackaday Superconference last November about “the process of going from prototype to 100-unit production”:
Read more from Drew at
zakqwy on Hackaday.io:
What are NeuroBytes?
NeuroBytes are tabletop electronic
neuron simulators that can be freely connected to form simple biological neural networks. Each element of such a network has a number of inputs, called dendrites, that can be activated by upstream NeuroBytes modules or environmental sensors. The elements, roughly the size of postage stamps, can also send signals to downstream NeuroBytes via an onboard axon connector, or they can activate output devices such as servo motors.
Read more about NeuroBytes
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