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RoboSculpt creates clay molds with ease and precision

RoboSculpt, a robot created by Mathew Schwartz and Jason Prasad at the University of Michigan College of Achitecture, uses an industrial robot to sculpt clay molds. Using the robot to shape the molds allows for a custom design to be made more quickly and with less waste.

BBC Blast Studio is Real-time, Online Robotics Interaction

BBC Blast Studio is Real-time, Online Robotics Interaction

BBC Blast Studio is an experimental, live, website and studio which lets users interact with the real world by controlling robots over the internet. The Blast Studio allows users to operate Blast Studio’s custom built devices and watch others control the devices in real-time.

Long Exposure Roomba Photos are Pretty, Insightful.

Long Exposure Roomba Photos are Pretty, Insightful.

If you haven’t heard of a Roomba before, it is a small, $100-$600, robotic vacuum cleaner that roams around and picks up after its messy human counterparts. Some creative Roomba owners have gotten the bright idea to take long exposure photographs of their Roomba doing its thing. The result is a beautiful image offering insight […]

Can Robots Make Art? These Robots Can Paint!

Francis, of paintwithrobots.com, has several robots assisting him with his art. It’s just more proof of the limitless applications that we humans can use robots and computers on. There are tons of possibilities on what to program the robot to paint. They could be especially useful in doing large paintings in great detail, or painting small repetitive or tiresome figures.