Competition: MyoChallenge: Learning contact-rich manipulation using a musculoskeletal hand

How to Make Biomechanical Constraints Work in Your Favor


Biomechanical constraints are often perceived as a nuisance: they add an extra layer of complexity to an already complex motor control problem. However, the musculoskeletal and nervous systems have been evolving in conjunction for hundreds of millions of years, and are heavily optimized to work well together as a result. Comprehensive neuromusculoskeletal modeling has the potential to exploit this phenomenon, and drastically simplify and improve motor control learning.

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