This Horny Roomba Just Wants To Draw Robot PeensWhat if, instead of cleaning carpets, your Roomba just wanted to fuuuuuuck? Robo Fabers is an autonomous machine with a singular objective: To illustrate mechanical sexy bits.

LA-based media artist Matthias Dörfelt programmed the little guy to draw: “Basically he is doodling connectors—think of it as robot genitalia—as a first step of planing reproduction,” he told Gizmodo.

First, Dörfelt established certain parameters and different components that would make up each completed work of tech-erotica, then the amorous gizmo would go at it, randomly generating drawings that have the faintest essence of humanity—and offering a glimpse into the strange desires of an inanimate thing.

But it's more like if Wall-E was horny, maybe, because these drawings are unexpectedly sweet.

This Horny Roomba Just Wants To Draw Robot Peens

This Horny Roomba Just Wants To Draw Robot Peens

Dörfelt himself has grown to feel the love for his creation. "My artistic practice will change over the years; Robo Faber's way of drawing won't. In a way, it is an offspring of my creative thinking and practice, frozen in time."

He is currently studying for his MFA at UCLA, where he has done a lot of fantastic work that manages to bring genuine personality out of plain old computers, simply by applying algorithmic rules. Dörfelt's Weird Faces series and I Follow flipbooks are awesome examples of generative art with heart.

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