Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest
Art print - The automatic corn harvest

Art print - The automatic corn harvest

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The automatic corn harvest.

An automatic harvester does its job in the corn field. In the foreground left a dog robot and right a real chicken.

Size: 11,8 x 17,7 x 0,9 inch, 30 x 45 x 2,3 cm,  HxWxD

Painting: Acrylic on canvas

Original: unframed

Signed

Finished june 2019                    

 

The automatic corn harvest 

The agricultural robot machine tirelessly spins its rounds across the corn field, row after row. Even if the field was the size of the world, this robot machine continued to run at the same rate day and night until all the corn was off the land. Regularly discharging its cargo into the autonomous container that always appears on time.This type of selfpropelled container, which drives back and forth across the land to unload its load on its turn into a truck, is not visible in the painting. 

The big fingers, shoes or noses of the robot's cutter bar adjust their position between the plants as soon as the machine starts with the next row.
Most of the noise is caused by the rustling of the plant leaves. The robot's motor is very quiet. 

Since the major project: “Energy is everywhere” has been successfully completed this harvesting robot runs on variable environmental energy conversion systems.

Therefore energy storage is getting less important since the necessary energy demand can be derived directly from the immediate surroundings. 

The corn plants are also being cultivated further.The latest corn variety that came to the market is the very successful Super Corn. The cob almost jumps from the stem as soon as the harvest robot comes closer. 

The only thing that can stop the devices from working is maintenance. Then there is a temporary replacement system with identical other machines for the same job. The replacement machines load the work history of the ones that are temporarily out of circulation in a fraction of a second and continue the job. 

In the foreground of the painting, in the field with the cut stem parts, there is contact between the chicken and the robot dog.

Everything can be seen in the painting, except that the robot dog tries to imitate the real chicken with its cackling.

One may wonder for whom this corn is harvested, but this painting above all shows the methodical tranquility of the working process, where the chicken, as the only visible living being, sets the tone with its cackling, encouraged by the automatic dog's imitation attempts. 

This is the first time in her life that she gets a response on her language sounds since she left her egg. The chicken is extremely happy with her new companion.

 

 

The automatic corn harvest.

An automatic harvester does its job in the corn field. In the foreground left a dog robot and right a real chicken.

Size: 11,8 x 17,7 x 0,9 inch, 30 x 45 x 2,3 cm,  HxWxD

Painting: Acrylic on canvas

Original: unframed

Signed

Finished june 2019                    

 

The automatic corn harvest 

The agricultural robot machine tirelessly spins its rounds across the corn field, row after row. Even if the field was the size of the world, this robot machine continued to run at the same rate day and night until all the corn was off the land. Regularly discharging its cargo into the autonomous container that always appears on time.This type of selfpropelled container, which drives back and forth across the land to unload its load on its turn into a truck, is not visible in the painting. 

The big fingers, shoes or noses of the robot's cutter bar adjust their position between the plants as soon as the machine starts with the next row.
Most of the noise is caused by the rustling of the plant leaves. The robot's motor is very quiet. 

Since the major project: “Energy is everywhere” has been successfully completed this harvesting robot runs on variable environmental energy conversion systems.

Therefore energy storage is getting less important since the necessary energy demand can be derived directly from the immediate surroundings. 

The corn plants are also being cultivated further.The latest corn variety that came to the market is the very successful Super Corn. The cob almost jumps from the stem as soon as the harvest robot comes closer. 

The only thing that can stop the devices from working is maintenance. Then there is a temporary replacement system with identical other machines for the same job. The replacement machines load the work history of the ones that are temporarily out of circulation in a fraction of a second and continue the job. 

In the foreground of the painting, in the field with the cut stem parts, there is contact between the chicken and the robot dog.

Everything can be seen in the painting, except that the robot dog tries to imitate the real chicken with its cackling.

One may wonder for whom this corn is harvested, but this painting above all shows the methodical tranquility of the working process, where the chicken, as the only visible living being, sets the tone with its cackling, encouraged by the automatic dog's imitation attempts. 

This is the first time in her life that she gets a response on her language sounds since she left her egg. The chicken is extremely happy with her new companion.

 

 

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