ExSpurt

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Robot is designed for these contests: 

See brooksbots.com/ExSpurt.htm for details.

Robot Builders Day Out

09/15/2007 10:00
09/15/2007 16:00
America/Chicago

It's on! We'll meet at the ususal place.

Shadow

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Robot is designed for these contests: 

Solarbotics SUMOVORE with basic analog control board.

Fluffy

Some Descripotion

Mario II

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Parallax Boe Bot with Ping module and Board of education wireless breadboard.

Brad Welch

Occupation: 
Internet Bank Security
Home City: 
Bloomington Illinois
Just starting out in robotics, enjoy working with electronics and AI

Rick Brooks

Occupation: 
Engineer
Home City: 
Fort Wayne, Indiana
I’ve been playing with hobby robots for about seven years. Most of the robots have been intended for sumo competitions at a wide variety of venues. For me, robotics consists of a combination of mechanics, electronics, and programming activities. I enjoy all three. So, if I feel like turning a chunk of aluminum in shavings, I can do that. If I feel like soldering a couple of transistors together, I can do that. If I feel like writing a subroutine to change behavior, I can do that.

Skating Robot

I picked this link up off of our news aggregator: Skating Robot. It is a pretty neat discussion of and some videos for a legged robot that can both walk and skate. Wheels at the tips of the legs can flip down and become feet. However, while in the rolling position there are no motors attached to the wheel. They 'free wheel'. The robot uses these like you would use skates.

Ian Braun

ajnisit

Occupation: 
student
Home City: 
thailand
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