If robots had second acts like formerly washed-up celebrities, it would be arm-pumpingly and over-the-shoulder hands-wavingly excellent to find Robbie the Robot on the wheels of steel spinning nu-breaks at 3am in some post-pandemic all night dance celebration. Until that happens, we have a robotic arm tone-shifting on a Digitone. Here’s more from DECIMA1:
In this video I programmed a robotic arm to play an ambient tune on the Digitone. I used the pen adapter to the end of the arm and a pen to press the keys. Enjoy!
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