07.11.11 by Jeff

Senseless Drawing Bot

“Senseless Drawing Bot” created by So Kanno and Takahiro Yamaguchi.

Senseless Drawing Bot by So Kanno and Takahiro Yamaguchi

Watch the video below!


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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • The build-up swishing of the robot’s supposed arms, to sudden unexpected sprays of dynamic swirls and curves is such a great reflection of the artists’ creation. Brilliant!

  • Fay

    i lovee this

  • Adam Rabb Adam Rabb

    I’m gonna dress like a robot and try this and make a video for booooooom. I loved this!

  • It’s great how it shakes the cans and I like how although they’re random marks the restraints on the robot actually create quite a well defined border across the room. Fancy painting my hallway for me?

  • Ollie

    I love this, almost as much as the irony in the title, how can a robot be produced which doesnt utilise ‘feedback’ of any kind allowing it to be ‘senseless’?

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