CUIR worked on a music video for the wonderful Aurora, in collaboration with VICE and the Creator’s Project. Cuir collaborated with colleagues at Carnegie Mellon’s Robust Autonomous System’s Lab RASL to create expressive and intricate quad-rotor (flying robot) choreography for a group of robots to wrap a cocoon in fabric while Aurora danced and sang in and around the cocoon. In order to realize this project, I created a gesturally controllable real-time multi-robot simulation system that allowed me to make recordings of coordinated trajectories. The wonderful Ellen A. Cappo helped me turn these recordings into actual movements of actual robots.
For more information please see the Aurora Robots page.