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Humanoid pianist
posted December 18 2010 8:17.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Alyssa Batula and Yougmoo Kim, from Drexel University, Philadelphia have created a humanoid robot that can play a tune on the piano! The robot is able to play up to 200bpm and has only 2 fingers, so it will take time until it will be able to play Beethoven. It is 40 cm tall, PC-controlled with a microcontroller on board that is able to change position of its hands every 20msec. Read the full story here.



[Via: new scientis]
Tags: robot   music   rc servo   microcontroller   artistic   
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