Post Profile






Skryf, A Robot That Writes Temporary Words Using Sand

Skryf is a robot built by artist Gijs van Bon that writes temporary words using sand. The written text is vulnerable to elements like weather and human observers, so over time it degrades and becomes less clear, making its creations unique and impermanent. Out of a small manipulated opening the sand is flowing. Very slowly […]
read more

share

Related Posts


The Sisyphus Machine creates beautiful patterns in sand

Humor / odd : Boing Boing

Bruce Shapiro makes mesmerizing and impermanent sculptures with commercial motion-control gear, as used in robotics to less artistic ends. He's been doing it for 25 years, he writes, creating kinetic sculptures that embody his love ...

Sandy Poems Drawn by a Robot Named Skryf

Technology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

If you were lucky at the 2015 World Maker Faire you may have stumbled upon strange writings of poetry on the ground — written in sand.  While at first confusing, if you followed the poetry along you also caught a glimpse of Skryf, a...

Poetry Made Of Lines Of Sand Disappear Without A Trace [Video]

Society & Culture : PSFK: Arts & Culture

Dutch artist Gijs van Bon manifests the temporary nature of public art by writing out poems with sand.

If a Graffiti Printer Writes With Sand Is It Still Really Vandalism?

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Gijs van Bon's Skryf machine is far from the world's first automatic graffiti machine. But it could be the first that won't have law enforcement ready to throw the cuffs on him. That's because the self-propelled device uses a modifi...

Skryf, The Robot That Writes Poetry In Sand, Reminds Us Of The Ephemerality Of Art Or Whatever

Technology / Gadgets : CrunchGear

Let us go then, you and I, to meet Skryf, a robot created by Dutch artist Gijs Van Bon. The robot uses a repurposed CNC machine to spray out a thin layer of sand in the shape of letters and Van Bon uses it to print out lines of temp...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC