Robot DJ’s

Robot DJ’s
Design

JT provides a report from NextFest where he met the designer of a robot called a Juke Bots that is programmed to spin, mix, scratch and do all the things you'd expect from a typical DJ.

Guy Brighton
  • 4 july 2005

Another of this year’s Nextfest attendees was the Juke Bot duo from German art group Robotlab. The group uses industrial robots, from German manufacturer KUKA, to make various installations and experiments. The Juke Bots are programmed to spin, mix, scratch and do all the things you’d expect from a typical DJ.

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