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  • See The Tate through the eyes of a robot
  • See The Tate through the eyes of a robot
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See The Tate through the eyes of a robot

London’s Tate Britain Museum has launched a unique event that it hopes will attract a worldwide audience. Called ‘After Dark’, people will be able to remotely control a robot roaming around the museum in the dark, with the footage it captures being live-streamed on their website. 

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