Shared March 25, 2019
The Multi-Axes Rotation and Tilt Device (MART) is used for spatial orientation experiments: it's a chair balanced on a metaphorical knife-edge, powered by precise and fast motors. And my job was to not fall over.
More about the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory: https://www.brandeis.edu/graybiel/
More about the MART: https://www.brandeis.edu/graybiel/fac...
More about Vivek's research: https://sites.google.com/view/vivekan...
3D printed movement sculptures by Sacha Panic, Ian Roy, Alberto Pierobon and Vivekanand Pandey Vimal
Edited by Michelle Martin (@mrsmmartin)
Audio mix by Graham Haerther http://haerther.net
Thanks to Jordan Harrod for the title!
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