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

by Conner Flynn
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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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