Planning for Robots

Art student Diego Trujillo-Pisanty is considering what a future of domestic robot servants would do to the built environment.

Trujillo-Pisanty is starting in the home environment, designing robot-friendly cups and making room for optical navigation systems:

"Like a tomb from Egypt's Valley of the Kings, our houses will be covered in hieroglyphs-machine-hieroglyphs, not legible as much as they are optically recognizable," summarizes Geoff Manaugh.

Courtesy of the artist.

Full Story: The New Robot Domesticity

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