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During her residency at Pier 9, Madeline Gannon developed a project called Quipt – a gesture-based control software that gives industrial robots basic spatial behaviors for interacting closely with people. Wearable markers and a motion capture system let the robot see and respond to you in a shared space. This lets you and the robot safely follow, mirror, and avoid one another as you collaborate together.
See more of how Madeline developed Quipt on her instructable here – Instructables.com/id/How-to-Tame-Your-Robot/
For more info about Madeline’s project visit – madlab.cc/quipt
For info about Pier 9’s Artist in Residence program visit – autodesk.com/air
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