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Robot Drinks Creator’s Blood, Then Uses It to Draw His Picture

by Conner Flynn

Robots are taking our jobs, but they are satisfied with that, so they now have to draw our very life-blood from our veins. That’s what this robot does. Ghost In The Machine is a robot programmed by artist Ted Lawson. It draws a life-size nude portrait of him using his own blood as ink. Because… robot apocalypse.

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Luckily, it didn’t suck him dry. I guess most vampires know that they need to keep their prey alive if they want to feed again. Anyway, what kind of twisted soul actually feeds a robot blood? Now that it has a taste for human blood it isn’t going to stop there.

So vampire robots who do art are a thing now. Great. And I guess my next printer is gonna leave me anemic every year at tax time. Gonna start e-filing from now on.

[via Digg via Geekologie]





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