[Lab] History of the Mighty Pencil!
jason.cobill at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 23:58:43 EDT 2016
I love the idea of a disobedient pencil. :)
Artengine have been posting links lately (on twitter) to a flying
pantograph - have you seen these?
What I love about the flying robot pantograph is that the pen strokes
you draw get mediated by all of the physical forces affecting the drone -
it's so unpredictable and such a complex system that (for now) the lines
all end up a soup of squiggles. I think there's going to be a wave of
exciting art produced this way, mediated through un-cooperative machines.
On Fri, Aug 19, 2016 at 4:41 PM, K Thorsen <thorsenkm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone, I've never posted here before (or on any mailing list, sorry
> in advance if im posting wrong; im not sure how to nest a reply), my name's
> Thinking about this pencil challenge, I want to do something with a
> pantograph, but a pantograph that messes up the image in translation. So,
> maybe like, multiple pencils along the arm, and there's an arduino involved
> that activates / deactivates each pencil in turn, or after a certain amount
> of time, an arm that should be fixed suddenly bends 90 degrees. Kind of a
> convoluted, disobedient pencil...
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