Robots that Create Art: Harvey Moon’s Drawing Machines

These robots can draw portraits, give visual form to a cricket’s movements, or interpret Google Earth as an abstract picture. New media artist Harvey Moon discusses how he surrenders control and artistic license to his robot collaborators in a new video from The Creators Project.



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