Mud Robots by Paul Granjon

Mud Robots by Paul Granjon

Mud Robots by Paul Granjon

Mud Robots by Paul Granjon

Mud Robots by Paul Granjon

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May to September 2018
Paul Granjon
Azkuna Centroa, Bilbao
Production of battery cells and ball drivers
Alfonso Montiel

May to September 2018
Paul Granjon
Azkuna Centroa, Bilbao
Production of battery cells and ball drivers
Alfonso Montiel

May to September 2018
Paul Granjon
Azkuna Centroa, Bilbao
Production of battery cells and ball drivers
Alfonso Montiel

May to September 2018
Paul Granjon
Azkuna Centroa, Bilbao
Production of battery cells and ball drivers
Alfonso Montiel

‘Mudbots - Robots con Barro’ is a robotic art installation comprising several small mobile robots inspired from the dung beetle: they push in front of them a ball made of mud. The robots are themselves powered by mud with a set of on-board microbial fuel cells that use the activity of bacteria for generating a small amount of electricity. Bio-cybernetic hybrids, the life in their power source providing the energy for a computed behavior. The contrast between the primal nature of mud and the highly technological electronics explores possibilities of symbiosis and highlights the sophistication of the microbes compared to that of the robot.

‘Mudbots - Robots con Barro’ is a robotic art installation comprising several small mobile robots inspired from the dung beetle: they push in front of them a ball made of mud. The robots are themselves powered by mud with a set of on-board microbial fuel cells that use the activity of bacteria for generating a small amount of electricity. Bio-cybernetic hybrids, the life in their power source providing the energy for a computed behavior. The contrast between the primal nature of mud and the highly technological electronics explores possibilities of symbiosis and highlights the sophistication of the microbes compared to that of the robot.

‘Mudbots - Robots con Barro’ is a robotic art installation comprising several small mobile robots inspired from the dung beetle: they push in front of them a ball made of mud. The robots are themselves powered by mud with a set of on-board microbial fuel cells that use the activity of bacteria for generating a small amount of electricity. Bio-cybernetic hybrids, the life in their power source providing the energy for a computed behavior. The contrast between the primal nature of mud and the highly technological electronics explores possibilities of symbiosis and highlights the sophistication of the microbes compared to that of the robot.

‘Mudbots - Robots con Barro’ is a robotic art installation comprising several small mobile robots inspired from the dung beetle: they push in front of them a ball made of mud. The robots are themselves powered by mud with a set of on-board microbial fuel cells that use the activity of bacteria for generating a small amount of electricity. Bio-cybernetic hybrids, the life in their power source providing the energy for a computed behavior. The contrast between the primal nature of mud and the highly technological electronics explores possibilities of symbiosis and highlights the sophistication of the microbes compared to that of the robot.

‘Mudbots - Robots con Barro’ is a robotic art installation comprising several small mobile robots inspired from the dung beetle: they push in front of them a ball made of mud. The robots are themselves powered by mud with a set of on-board microbial fuel cells that use the activity of bacteria for generating a small amount of electricity. Bio-cybernetic hybrids, the life in their power source providing the energy for a computed behavior. The contrast between the primal nature of mud and the highly technological electronics explores possibilities of symbiosis and highlights the sophistication of the microbes compared to that of the robot.

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