POSTED: 07 Dec, 2022
The performance was a collaboration between QUT’s robotics Professor Jonathan Roberts , Dr Steph Hutchison and Dr Dasun Gunasinghe and was devised to help further an understanding of how people can predict robotic movements, which will help to better integrate people and robots in the workplace. Steph received Australian Network for Art and Technology Synapse residency to co-create the work.
Read more about Steph’s project here: Cobotic Improvisations – ANAT Synapse Residency 2022 – Steph Hutchison & Jonathan Roberts @ARM Hub
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