Like many of Frauke Zeller’s students, Lauren Dwyer did not expect to work with robots when she entered Ryerson’s professional communications program. Now a graduate, Dwyer explained, “I came from Newfoundland, fresh out of a psychology undergrad and decided to take communications. So as you can see, none of this points towards robots.” But after working with Zeller, robotics has […]
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Another Ryerson-made robot will make its way across the country this spring, but this time it will be making poetic art on a train. It’s not much more than a modified vacuum-robot and a pasta strainer, but my kulturBOT 3.0 will rub shoulders with poets from across Canada on an 11-day round trip journey dubbed the “PoeTrain,” In honour of […]