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Interactive Robot Snake Hangs from Trees and Squirts Passers By

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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This amazing reactive snake is a product of the ‘Press Play’ workshop organised by The Interactive Architecture Lab with the aim of giving participants experience in designing interactive installations.

The simplistic, open design, used 3D printing to produce key components, cut plastics and fishing line to manipulate the shape, triggered by multiple sensors measuring distance. Once disturbed the installation faces the subject and fires a jet of water.

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The Interactive Architecture Lab is a studio at The Bartlett School of Architecture who explore the behaviour and interaction of things, environments and their inhabitants using robotics, wearables, the internet of things, performance and choreography.

Posted 21st Aug 2015
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