22 Apr '16, 9pm

From IEEE Spectrum: Video Friday: Snakebot Swimming, Robots and Duckies, and Giant Eyeball Blimp

Picassnake consists of an arm and a head, embedded in a plush snake doll. The robot is connected to a laptop for control and music processing, which can be fed through a microphone or an MP3 file. To open the media source, an operator can use the graphical user interface or place a text QR code in front of a webcam. Once the media source is opened, Picassnake generates unique strokes based on the music and translates the strokes to physical movement to paint them on canvas.

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Picassnake consists of an arm and a head, embedded in a plush snake doll. The robot is connected to a laptop for control a...