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Robot Artist Learns Masters' Brush Strokes

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October 2, 2012
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According to a Japanese researcher, robots that can mimic the exact brush strokes of master painters or calligraphers could recreate their work. His calligraphy robot has gone on display at Asia's biggest tech fair, Ceatec.


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