RoMA: Robotic 3D Printer with Augmented Reality Control

In the past few years, we have covered plenty of cool robots controlled via VR headsets. RoMA explores an interactive fabrication system that involves controlling a robotic 3D printer through an augmented reality CAD editor. As the designer makes changes to the model, it is printed by the robot.

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The partially printed model gives designers a tangible reference to add new elements. The above video shows this system in action.

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