- A computational system provides the programming that brings each robot to life.
- A British artist spent 10 years teaching this robot how to draw, and it totally shows
- Tresset detailed two of his robots, Paul and e-David, in a paper published in 2014.
- More than just a copy machine, Tresset’s robots are designed with an “autonomous artistic creativity” that makes them capable of producing “objects that are considered as artworks.
- On the hardware side, Paul contains a three-jointed planar arm with a fourth joint added to raise and lower the pen so it can contact the paper.
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London artist Patrick Tresset is using robotics for his artistic expression, creating a computational system that is “artistic, expressive, and obsessive.”
A British artist spent 10 years teaching this robot how to draw, and it totally shows