The wickedly fast Japanese sport of ‘pepe-sumo’, or miniature robot sumo wrestling, filmed here in real time and compiled (from several years of footage) by Robert McGregor.
Bouts don’t last long. Refs wear shin pads.
A short by Sholto Crow in which a treasure hunter unwittingly unleashes a robo-apocalypse in the picturesque seaside town of Cromer, gem of the Norfolk coast.
Georgia Tech’s improvisational robotic marimba player Shimon joins a jazz band on stage at Washington’s Kennedy Centre. To wit:
Georgia Tech’s Robotic Musicians and Musical Cyborgs features Shimon, the robotic marimba player, alongside other robotic musicians and a drummer who wears an assistive robotic drumming prosthesis. Shimon utilizes artificial intelligence and creativity algorithms that push musical experiences and outcomes to uncharted domains.
Quite conceivably the world’s first industrial robot-applied tattoo – a collaboration between the Autodesk Pier 9 artist in residence programme and Tatoué.