Robot Driven By Water Pressure Creates Unpredictable Graffiti

Robot Driven By Water Pressure Creates Unpredictable Graffiti

The Senseless Drawing Bot #2 creates random, colorful designs using spray cans and inertia.

Emma Hutchings
  • 8 february 2013

Japanese new media artists Takahiro Yamaguchi and So Kanno have developed the Senseless Drawing Bot #2, a new version of a previously designed robot that created ‘senseless’ graffiti through the momentum of movement. Senseless Drawing Bot #2 works in a similar method, creating unpredictable graffiti using the inertia generated by high water pressure.

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