Do you love art? Well, it is an extremely subjective, er, subject which is dictated by so many variables, you can’t really tell where it begins and where it ends. All I can say is, some love it, some hate it, some are indifferent, and the Interactive Robotic Painting Machine certainly brings a whole new dimension to the world of art.
Basically, the Interactive Robotic Painting Machine will allow the sounds of its environment transform its canvas. I have no idea on just what kind of artwork from this particular machine will be deemed to be worthy as a museum piece, while what other kind is meant to be discarded and chucked away like the newspaper you use to wrap fish at the market. What do you think of the Interactive Robotic Painting Machine? Will certain tunes be able to deliver “better” images than others?
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