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The project, which took two months to complete from start to finish, tapped into Arduino, an electronics platform for artists, for the programming, while the body was created with Credoz's 3-D printer.Could a robot replace the creativity of a human artist?Though it doesn't resemble a human in shape, the machine nonetheless has certain attributes that most artists possess: three joints, at the base, the middle and then at the end, or the wrist, which turns, bends and rotates the pencil as it's sketching.As much as the work is a testament to the advancement of both 3-D printing and computer programming, Credoz says that it is not an invention he intends to market but merely a piece of art he wanted to share with the public.
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