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Robot video roundup: music+

October 10, 2012

This robotic installation actually plays the whole song 40°42’48.46 N 73°58’18.38 by German rock/electronic artist Bonaparte. Filmed by French team Jul & Mat, the installation is the brain child of Peter Cocteau, who has already showed the world that LEGO’s Mindstorms platform can become a fantastic drum machine, in his brilliant NXT-606. [From an article by Peter Kirn]

More from robot makers – Eric the interactive dog – via Grishin Robotics via Hack a Day

Maker Martin Smith makes an interesting and serious looking dog robot for his Master’s thesis. Molded with aluminum and 3D printing, the robot has fifteen motors inside that make it move like a small-sized dog. The tail balances the robot’s body while being able to wag.

And finally, more from the robot music video collection:

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