Robot Night At The Museum | Popular Science

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During the first “After Dark” event, in August 2014, about 500 people got a chance to explore London’s Tate Britain via one of four robots. Tate had selected “After Dark” and its creators, designers Ross Cairns and Tommaso Lanza, for its annual IK Prize, which awards technology projects that bring art to a larger audience. While one of the 500 volunteers used online controls to steer the robot, everyone else could watch a live feed as art experts provided commentary.

via Robot Night At The Museum | Popular Science.

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