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Japan's Keio University associate professor Seiichiro Katsura demonstrates a robot (R) that can mimic the exact brush strokes of master painters or calligraphers at Asia's largest electronics trade show, the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) exhibition at Chiba, suburban Tokyo on October 2, 2012. A perfect copy of a work by long-dead artists such as Monet or Picasso is not possible, as the robot needs a living model to imitate, applying the same pressure and making the same gestures, Katsura said. JAPAN OUT AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/GettyImages)
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Japan's Keio University associate professor Seiichiro Katsura demonstrates a robot (R) that can mimic the exact brush strokes of master painters or calligraphers at Asia's largest electronics trade show, the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) exhibition at Chiba, suburban Tokyo on October 2, 2012. A perfect copy of a work by long-dead artists such as Monet or Picasso is not possible, as the robot needs a living model to imitate, applying the same pressure and making the same gestures, Katsura said. JAPAN OUT AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/GettyImages)
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October 02, 2012
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