Fearful Symmetry is a robotic art installation exhibited a The Tanks, Tate Modern, London.
It consisted of a ceiling suspended large delta robot traveling on a rail. The robot analysed it's soroundings to drive its behaviour expressed through movement it's electro luminescent tetrahedron head.
In collaboration with Paul Ferragut we designed a system capable of:
- processing 3 simultanous Kinect depth streams on a single custom built PC
- handling local sensor to global robot coordinates conversion
- deciding robot behaviours based on how many people were around the robot, how they moved and what their heights were.