ICCMR‘s singing robots, Tom, Dick and Harry, were programmed at the University of Plymouth to sing Happy Birthday to celebrate the centenary of the London Science Museum. The robots were on display at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre on 10 June 2009. Continue reading →
The Visually Enabled Musical Arm is a robotic arm that’s capable of playing tunes on the synthesizer by the image inputs it receives after processing a real time(LIVE) video. It uses the concepts of artificial intelligence, image processing and Micro – controller programming.
It’s not going to replace keyboard players anytime soon – unless you’re a one-note synth player – but it’s an interesting demo.
Amazing Robotic DJs Spin The Vinyl Posted on Wednesday, December 17th, 2008 in DJ – Comments: (4)
These guys aren’t laying down the turntable science yet, but the RobotLab Juke Bots are still pretty impressive.