Johannes Braumann is professor for Creative Robotics at UfG Linz, leading an interdisciplinary team of researchers towards exploring robots as an interface between the digital and physical world. As co-founder of the Association for Robots in Architecture, Johannes is tightly linked with both the robotics and design community. He is the main developer of the accessible robot simulation and programming tool KUKA|prc, which is today used by more than 100 universities and 50 companies world-wide.
About the talk: Getting Started with Robotics: Robotic Arms beyond Industry
Robotic arms are best known from the automotive industry, but are becoming increasingly visible in the creative industry. This presentations provides a high-level overview of the challenges of working with those large-scale machines beyond their native environments, from costs, to logistics, safety, and programming.