If you happen to be on Pike Street In New York’s Chinatown between now and November 14th, you might catch a glimpse of “R-O-B” the bricklaying robot building a 7,000 brick “Infinite Loop” sculpture along a pedestrian island so reports gadget blog Gizmodo.
Designed by Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler, the Infinite Loop has been pieced together without mortar, one brick at a time since late September. A remarkable feat of robo-accuracy for sure.
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