How is it possible that a robot can sketch both better and worse than I can at the same time, and yet turn out an incredible work of art? Has 3D-scanning really come so far that a simple camera and motorized jig can have insane resolution?
These are the kinds of questions that were running through my mind, and being answered by the creators of these brilliant machines, at Maker Faire Rome. There was a high concentration of robots creating art and 3D printing on display and the Faire, so I saved the best examples just for this article. But you’ll also find hacks from a few groups of clever students, and hardware that made me realize industrial controllers can be anything but boring.
Let’s take a look! The Art of Robotics Can robots be artists too? This project is a compelling argument that it’s possible. Patrick Tresset was […]
We’ve got another busy week of events and webinars coming up, covering topics from color 3D printing and 3D printed...