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    Paul the robot drawing Patrick

    Uploaded on Jun 20, 2011

    Paul the robot drawing Patrick at tenderpixel gallery, London. Paul the robot was part of Patrick Tresset's exhibition at tenderpixel in central London.
    Some of the technologies used to drive Paul were developped by Patrick Tresset in the context of AIkon-II, a research project co-directed with Prof. Fol Leymarie, hosted at Goldsmiths college and funded in part by a 3.5 year research grant from the Leverhulme Trust

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    Pointillist Painting Robot Arm

    Published on Dec 31, 2014

    Check out the instructable:

    It may not be a Da Vinci or Kahlo, but this painting robot packs quite the artistic punch for it’s size. In this Instructable, Ill show you how I went from concept to completion and built a painting robot arm using an Intel Galileo, a camera, and handful of electronic parts. I’ll share the techniques I used so you can build your own 4 degree of freedom of expression robot.

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    Sam Ambler, biped robot, drawing - Knutsford July 2012

    Published on Aug 13, 2012

    Sam Ambler biped robot drawing at a Cheshire Open Studios art event in Knutsford, 21/22 July 2012

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    The best in dosing - robot dispensing
    April 22, 2013

    VEX Technologies -

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    Parallel Robot

    Published on May 10, 2015

    This is a video of my Parallel robot. It uses three servo motors and an Arduino system to draw on a pad of paper.

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    Random drawing robots

    Published on Jun 8, 2015

    A short workshop we did with Innovation Management students, making drawing Robots, in the most random way possible.

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    Painting robot follows your eyes to create art

    Published on Sep 25, 2015

    Robots that can interpret human gaze offer the chance to extend control outside our bodies

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    Robot painter
    November 6, 2015

    Pindar Van Arman's painting robot at work. (By Elena Goukassian)

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    MESH usecase : Drawing Robot by Takeo Inagaki

    Published on Nov 9, 2015

    This is an incredible drawing robot created by Takeo!
    How to make it:
    - MESH GPIO Tag x 1
    - MESH Move Tag x 1
    - Used plastic bottle x 1
    - Color pen x 4 (different colors are recommended)
    - DC motor x 1
    - Conductive wire and wire clip x 2
    - Large paper x 1

    More information about MESH, visit our web site.

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