Sale!

Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis

eBook details

  • Authors: Damith Herath, Christian Kroos, Stelarc
  • File Size: 22 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 475 pages
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Publication Date: May 4, 2016
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01F6PWJYS
  • ISBN-10: 981100319X
  • ISBN-13: 9789811003196
SKU: robots-and-art-exploring-an-unlikely-symbiosis-ebook Categories: , , , , Tags: , , , ,

$129.00 $19.99

Description

The very first compendium on robotic art of its kind, this ebook, Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis (PDF) checks out the combination of robots into human society and our mindsets, worries, and hopes in a world shown self-governing makers. It raises concerns about the threats, advantages, and principles of the transformative modifications to society that are the repercussion of robots handling brand-new functions along with people. It takes the reader on a journey into the world of the gorgeous, the astonishing, the odd, and the bold – and into the minds and works of a few of the world’s most respected developers of robotic art.

Offering an in-depth take a look at robotic art from the perspectives of engineers, artists, and researchers, it provides impressive works of modern robotic art and combines for the very first time a few of the most prominent artists in this location in the last 3 years. Starting from a historic evaluation, this transdisciplinary work checks out the nexus in between robotic research study and the arts and analyzes the variety of robotic art, the encounter with robotic otherness, maker personification and human-robotic interaction. Stories of risks, troubles, and successes are remembered, defining the complex cooperations throughout the varied disciplines needed to produce robotic art.

Although the ebook is mostly targeted towards scientists, artists, and trainees in computer technology, robotics, and the arts, its available design attract anybody interested by robots and the arts.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis”

You may also like…