27.06.13 by Staff

Robot Art: Harvey Moon’s Drawing Machines

Robot Art: Harvey Moon's Drawing Machines
Harvey Moon had a difficult time drawing, so he made a machine to do it for him. To further confuse the idea of “the artist” he lets a cricket control the machine. Watch the video from The Creator’s Project below!

Robot Art: Harvey Moon's Drawing Machines

Robot Art: Harvey Moon's Drawing Machines

harvey moon cricket drawing

Drawing made by tracking a cricket.

 

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via: creators project

 













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  • http://alfin-akhret.tumblr.com Alfin Akhret

    really cool. One of mind-blowing project I’ve ever seen :)

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      hope this spawns more random art generators!

  • dockhands

    reallly cool work. funny, just last night i started playing around w/ arduino and motors for the first time, and began using a pen to draw stuff with some simple code. I would love it if you shared more new media artwork. thanks for sharing!





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