December 24, 2008

KUKA Juke_bot, Strange New DJ

Who needs to hire a DJ when you can take a couple of KUKA waldos like robotlab did to create Juke_bots? We dig their ability and noted that, according to the company, they can "play, delay, accelerate, fragment and distort." They can work both independently and autonomously. Like real jukeboxes, you better have some serious coinage to get them to play. Buying a KUKA robot involves about a $10,000 investment or more, and that's just for a used one.

Via robotlab (translated)

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at December 24, 2008 8:52 AM
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