Kelpie is a self-driving vehicle that can avoid moving objects that come into its path using cameras and sensors!
Cryptid is a 2.4 metre kinematic walking sculpture.
A monumental robotic light sculpture, Cryptid exists as a vibrant anomoly in contrast to contemporary automata, sharing a presence both radiant and reserved.
Michael Candy uses physical technologies to impart systems on ecology and society. Candy has been involved in many international and local projects and exhibitions, notably: The Kathmandu Triennale (Kathmandu, Nepal), Pratt Manhattan Gallery (NYC, USA), The Forum of Sensory Motion (Athens, Greece), The Instrument Builders Project + Hackteria Lab (Yogyakarta, Indonesia) and Hawapi (Huepetuhe, Peru). In 2015, Michael won the WRO Award as part of the 16th Media Art biennale in Poland and later Prix Cube (Paris, France) with Big Dipper.
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Michael Bugelli Gallery
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
Other Robotronica events
See the Skyline Printer Painting Robot in action. Meet the local inventors from Macrobotix who developed the world’s first giant painting robot. Cheaper, faster and safer than painting buildings from scaffolding, the Skyline Printer is designed to reduce fall risks and save lives.