Ro-Bow: A Robot that Plays Violin Using Complex Programmes

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ro bow violinThis might seem a bit surprising as well as amazing that how can a robot play Violin better than you? The speed with which technology is growing day by day shows nothing is impossible. A retired engineer Seth Goldstein recently made a robot named Ro-Bow, which can play Violin better than you using some complex programs.

The Bow Violins and the mechanical fingers are moved by electromagnetic actuators controlled by a complex program. The input to this program is a mini music file which Seth Goldstein generates by playing his electronic keyboard.

I know many people think that this is an easy task, but to make this kind of stuff without any help proves very difficult sometimes and this requires  professional skills.

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Arpit Verma

Arpit Verma

fossBytes co-founder and an entrepreneur who is in love with budding technologies. A tech enthusiast and a guy who loves to play games and have a good time with his friends!

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