G37 coupe Desire Beauty Intensity
The story of G37 narrates everything that men desire.  G37 is the reconciliation of everything I yearn for. He runs with me on the road that I take.  He is my alter ego that gazes back at me so that I can go faster, stronger, and more fiercely.




New FX

Fx doesn't protrude the yearning of expression nor the forceful beauty of G37.  He may not be near but is trustful and dignified.  He is my strong spirit that is yet to emerge.
The overall goal was to extract the unique shapes of Infinity's auto models.
Each component of the robot accentuates these particular lines. - Joo Hong Lee



Telematic Drum Circle
is an interdisciplinary art project which combines Tele-Robotics, Computer Science, Pneumatics and Music. The project explores the rupture of deeper communication in the technology meditated world, and addresses the issue of global harmony by sharing participants’ rhythmical spirit produced through the telematic live drum ensemble. It consists of two main components: a set of sixteen robotic drums arranged in an installation space and an interactive website networked with these drums. Each drum is representative of a geo-cultural region. Regardless of age, sex, religion, race, and culture, we all have a universal rhythm which is a heart beat. The drum is an instrument of rhythm, and I believe it can stand in for a person’s heart. The heart to heart communication expressed on drums cuts through all the differences, and blurs the boundaries. By tapping the computer keyboard while at the website, participants around the world can remotely play the robotic instruments together, while watching a live streaming video of their ensemble broadcast through the website.


Byeong Sam Jeon



The KAI Robot Control (KRC) Module was developed at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) under the supervision of Professor Jong Hwan Kim. Professor Jong Hwan Kim is commonly know as the founder of Robot Soccer, he was a driving force in the creation of the Federation of International Robosoccer Association, commonly known as FIRA.

The KRC is based around an Atmel ATMega128 mcu - this is a fast RISC micro with 128 kBytes of FLASH for User Programs. The KRC can be programmed in one of two ways. Supplied with the KRC is a Flow-Chart based GUI programming environment. This is excellent for beginners as it teaches the fundamentals of developing flowcharts - this highlights the decision making processes and sequential operation of any program. For advanced users the KRC can be programmed in Assembly Language or C. More info on programming the KRC can be found in the Programming Info section. 

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