Damn, my old dot-matrix printer is faster than that. And more purposeful. Let me guess: robotics student?
By the time the thing moved it's robotic arm over to retun the carriage, I thought I was going to expire. It's a terrible thing to do to such a nice typewriter.I got a kick out of watching the traffic speed by in the bakcground, though.
1) what exactly is the point? i assume it's one of those "i wonder if i could..." kinds of things, that's cool to the person doing it becase of all the effort it took to figure it out.2) i also loved the dichotomy of this machine 'typing' at a glacial pace while cars (operated by humans) and bikes (ridden by humans) sped by in the background.
Worst. Robot. Ever.
Maybe I can be more comfortable with it if we call it Performance Art.I don't know, though.
Hmm, I actually kind of like it. Artsy. And it doesn't look like the machine was "hurt" in the process, except for anchoring down to the table.Typist's a little slow, though. It has the same echo problem I sometimes get when I don't move my fingers out of the way fast enough. It's especially noticeable in the commas: the key is bouncing back off of the "finger" which is still retracting.I somehow find this one more fitting:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_WfQoKRlxE
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