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|Title:||Robot Art, Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Symposium, April 29, 2005|
|Publisher:||Memphis, Tenn. : Rhodes College|
|Abstract:||A robot is an intelligent connection of perception to action, and one whose creation requires a variety of skills in the areas of electronics, mechanics, sculpture, and programming. Students enrolled in the physics / art interdisciplinary course “Introduction to Robotics” have acquired these skills along with an appreciation for robot art by creating autonomous robots that respond to their environment. These robots will be shown and discussed by their artists, and demonstrations of the robots’ abilities will take place. Students are: Desmond L. Campbell, Nicholas B. McCamey, Sean P. McKenna, Sean P. Quinn, Matthew V. Shanks, Andrew R. Shores, William M. Siler, Charles L. Wheele, Paul E. Zarychta,Lauren E. Cagle,Heath W. Henderson, and Lindsay E. Sears|
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