Overview. Prior to August 2007, projects were visual interfaces to robotic rovers for NASA funded science teams. This evolved from education interfaces to data from rovers and orbiters for schools, science museums, and home users. This fusion of information interface and robotics evolved from work in telerobotic art in the form of interactive television.
Through interactive television, watchers could remotely experience places and people by controlling robots through their telephone keypads. The work in robotics evolved from computer controlled electromechanical sculpture and static sculpture. Sculptural works evolved from drawing and design, especially development of “total view” perspective systems for showing wide angle representations and events over time. Click the link below to see individual projects.