Motion control films are an under-appreciated genre, as we’ve pointed out before. Here, the edgy choice to shift POV during the film balances the whimsical decision of the robot to pause briefly for a still shot before placing the brick.
While an attempt to add a bit of emotion at the end is not entirely successful, it is clear that fears of robots displacing human workers are unnecessary, judging by the sheer number of humans involved in the endeavor.
People, as the last line of the daringly limited dialogue states, are pretty happy.
If motion control is everyday work for you, you might also be happy to know that we can take care of any Indramat motion control issues you might have. We can often provide support over the phone. If you need us on the spot, we have a plane on hand. Call (479) 274-8422 and we’ll help you out right away.