AI Sculpture Using Robotic Arm

AI Sculpture Using Robotic Arm

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The advancement of technology led to the expansion of the limits that can be reached, which are further than the mind reached. In the 1950s, artists and designers were pioneering the use of computer programs and mechanical devices despite their simplicity, and in our time and through the innovation of robots, it became possible to create artistic forms Without human intervention.
AI Sculpture Using Robotic Arm
Charles Aweida and Davide Quayola present an excellent example between an experienced artist and a person with a passion for art, who has been enrolled in mathematical engineering courses only to try the use of robots and be close to that machine.
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The brush (for the painter) or the chisel (for the sculptor) are tools that depend entirely on our human body. Therefore they take much time and effort to complete a small project regardless of the possibility of some errors that may occur given the human effort that using robots in this way to work And the vision instead of people may open the horizons for the production of new aesthetic compositions and visual sensory languages, and this in itself is a new field for exploration and an excellent opportunity to reconsider the field of assessing beauty and creativity in art, and this in itself is an area worth experimenting with.
References

[1] Kames Narayanan "In Art, Boys and Their Robotic Toys", 01/08/2019


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