The Creators Project goes behind the scenes with Norwegian musical artist Aurora, director Simon Thirlaway, and Carnegie Mellon University's Robust Adaptive Systems Lab team on the music video shoot for "Winter Bird," featuring the artist inside a large-scale "cocoon" constructed with choreographed flying robots carrying gauzy fabric and LED lights. Aurora explains how her fascination with the intersection of nature and technology is realized through this organic structure built through robotic programming, and how the video's theme also symbolizes her own artistic development. We also get first hand insight into how Thirlaway, Carnegie Mellon's Ali Momeni, and their respective crews teamed up and were pushed technologically to bring Aurora's cinematic and ethereal vision to life.
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