The newest DJ at this Prague nightclub is a KUKA arm robot

Have you wondered how hard it is to DJ in a club? On the surface it might seem easy, where you just play track after track, maybe adding a few effects in every now and then. However there is more to DJ-ing than you might think, such as being able to beat match songs, choosing the right songs, watching how the crowd responds, building anticipation, and so on.This might seem overwhelming to some, but is it something that a robot could do better? Over in a club in Prague, the Karlovy Lazne Music Club, a robot DJ has made its debut. The robot in question is more or less like a giant arm with a pincer. The pincer is used to grab discs from a rack to put them into the machine, with a software teaching the robot how to choose music.Speaking to Reuters, club manager Adam Lipsansky said, “People are excited (about the robot), because they haven’t seen anything like this around Europe, and I am not sure if there is something similar in the world.” However while the novelty is no doubt a huge factor, some of the club’s

The newest DJ at this Prague nightclub is a KUKA arm robot

A club in Prague named Karlovy Lazne has recently introduced a robot DJ that alternates with a human to program music for the dance floor throughout the night, as reported by Reuters. ...

Sun 31 Dec 17 from The Verge

Robot DJ Commands Crowds at Prague Dance Club

Sun 31 Dec 17 from Geek.com

Czech club unveils giant robotic arm that can choose songs

Prague's Karlovy Lazne Music Club has employed a specially adapted former automotive industry robot as a DJ in the popular nightspot. It's shaped like a giant arm capped with a pincer. ...

Tue 26 Dec 17 from Daily Mail

A robot arm is Prague's latest star DJ

Never mind the debate over whether digital or vinyl is better for DJs -- the real question is whether or not a human should be there in the first place. Prague's Karlovy Lazne ...

Mon 25 Dec 17 from Engadget

Robot DJ Makes Its Debut In A Club In Prague

Have you wondered how hard it is to DJ in a club? On the surface it might seem easy, where you just play track after track, maybe adding a few effects in every now and then. However there is ...

Thu 21 Dec 17 from Ubergizmo

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