The first ever Silicon Valley Art Fair is where tech will meet art and this theme can definitely be seen in some of the robot art projects that will be on display at the show. KATSU, an hacker, artist and vandal is presenting 'Innovative Drone Paintings,' an abstract art series that was made by drone.
KATSU rigged the drone to become a painter bot equipped to carry a can of spray paint and apply it to a canvas. What makes the drone paintings so unique is that the drone's propellers always cause the spray to flick to the right and several distinct markings act like brushstrokes, revealing the motions of the drone as it moves through the air.
Since drones have become more affordable for the average consumer, this drone's Jackson Pollock-like art may prove to be more budget-friendly too.
KATSU's Robot Art Projects Have Drones Create Abstract Paintings
1. Drone Art - There's an opportunity for artists to explore the creative potential of drones in their artistic work by experimenting with different painting techniques.
2. Robot Artists - As more sophisticated robots are developed, there's an opportunity for artists to use them in creative ways to create unique and innovative works of art.
3. Tech-art Collaboration - As technology advances, there's an opportunity for artists and tech companies to collaborate and create new forms of art that push the boundaries of what is possible.
1. Artificial Intelligence - Developing more sophisticated AI will allow for more advanced robot artists to be created and for more complex art to be produced.
2. Consumer Drones - Drone manufacturers can find new markets by collaborating with artists to create unique drone paintings or developing user-friendly drones designed specifically for art applications.
3. Tech Exhibitions - As technology plays an increasingly important role in the art world, there's an opportunity for more tech exhibitions like the Silicon Valley Art Fair to showcase the latest developments in tech and art collaborations.