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Timelapse: Building an arena for flying robots | TED Blog

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12 June 2013



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Our photographer Duncan Davidson loves to shoot time-lapses; before every TED, you can find him behind the scenes hiding cameras to snap away for hours and days. In his latest piece, he tracks the construction of a custom robot arena for Raffaello D’Andrea, whose TED Talk was posted just last night. The TED Blog asked Duncan for some of the geeky details.

Read more: Emily McManus on TED Blog

 

This post is part of Robohub’s TED Global 2013 coverage.



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