td-mirobot is a TouchDesigner component that can be used to control the WLkata Mirobot. www.wlkata.com/site/index.html This component uses the G code protocol to communicate with the Mirobot over a serial connection.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FFuZpDE6QE false "We relied heavily on TouchDesigner after an initial test period in Leavsden Studios in the fall of 2010, and developed a very flexible and powerful realtime pipeline to drive some of the major aspects of shooting the film.
Kinetisphere, an interactive installation designed and built by San Francisco-based creative engineering studio, Bot & Dolly to celebrate the launch of Google’s Nexus Q seemed to steal the show at the recent Google I/O 2012.
We were recently taken by surprise by something rather out of the ordinary that challenged our most liberal interpretation of what can be categorized as ‘real’ and certainly as ‘real-time’. The projected image seemed not to be sitting on the surface of the object but rather to be embedded into it.
TouchDesigner was recently used to capture the imagination of millions of Halo fans around the world by building a light sculpture in honor of the members of Noble Team.