Meet Vincent and Emily. They're a robotic couple created by artists Nikolas Schmid-Pfähler and Carolin Liebl as an examination of human relationships. The two machines are programmed to react to sound and movement, moving their robotic heads or making a whirring noise in response to their surroundings, or to each other.
It's a "tense relationship," Schmid-Pfähler writes, and people who see it "will be searching for similarities to particular patterns of human behavior." It's true: these two do look a tiny bit human while they're buzzing around. You can almost imagine one saying: "Honey you forgot to do the dishes again--whirrrrrr."
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