| EDavid (robot) ： ウィキペディア英語版|
eDavid is a painting robot developed at the Universität Konstanz (University of Konstanz) that calculates brushstrokes from an input image and paints the image on a canvas. The project began in 2009 as a one-armed welding robot modified to be able to paint. The robot’s arm can interchange between different brushes and pens, and is equipped with a distance sensor to measure exactly how far the arm is from the canvas. eDavid features two main painting methods: predefined stroke candidates and dynamically generated strokes.
== Development ==
eDavid was developed by Prof. Dr. Oliver Deussen, Thomas Lindemeier, Mark Tautzenberger, and Dr. Sören Pirk of the Department of Computer and Information Science. The goal for the project was to build a robot that mimics the manual painting process: painting in iterations until the desired image is achieved. This differs from earlier painting robots because instead of computing the perfect set of strokes and painting once, the robot paints in iterative steps, moving the optimization process from the computer to the canvas. eDavid implements features from earlier works, including AARON, a robot developed by Harold Cohens to paint abstract art. However unlike AARON, eDavid focuses on representing an input image accurately rather than generating abstract art.
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