Robot flower garden, MIT, USA

Robot flower garden, MIT, USA

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Caption: Robot flowers. Cyberflora robot flowers installation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab, USA. This robotic flower garden is comprised of four species of cyberflora. Each flower contains sensors that react to the presence of humans by moving petals, glowing coloured lights or orienting their stems and flowers in their direction. Cyberflora was created by Cynthia Breazeal, Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT.

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