RoboGames in June

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RoboGames in June

Post by bauermech » Wed May 10, 2006 4:36 am

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Wed May 10, 2006 4:36 am

If any of you have the means to get to the San Francisco, CA area, the RoboGames (formerly ROBOlympics) is coming up in June! 8O It's short notice, but there's still time to enter in the event. ...or you can always go as an observer. Either way, it should be an awesome experience. http://www.robogames.net.
If any of you have the means to get to the San Francisco, CA area, the RoboGames (formerly ROBOlympics) is coming up in June! 8O It's short notice, but there's still time to enter in the event. ...or you can always go as an observer. Either way, it should be an awesome experience. http://www.robogames.net.
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Post by bauermech » Mon May 15, 2006 3:58 am

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Mon May 15, 2006 3:58 am

If there's even a possibility you can make it to San Francisco on the day of the event, you should at least register now before it's too late! You can always withdraw later if you have to.
To register, click on the link below and then select the 'Create New Team' tab near the top of the page.
http://www.buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=132

The last I checked, there were only 5 entries for the Robo-One Wrestling category, 2 for Demonstration, 2 in Stair Climbing, and none in the Door Opening, the Eagle, or the Toss events. To view the updated list of RoboGames events and contenders, go here... http://www.buildersdb.com/view_bots.asp?eventid=132

This would be a great chance to put your robot to the test. Win or loose, it will be a lot of fun and quite the learning experience. Not to mention idea swap central! It's not uncommon to see some of our favorite veterans from overseas competing and willing to share their knowledge. Remember, that's what the whole event is really about... the progression of robot technology. So in case some of you are worried about being embarrassed by your robot not performing up to par, there's no need. This is a fun event, full of friendly people! (and if the participation doesn't increase, there's a good chance you can walk away w/ a medal and other prizes! )

I really hope to see some of you there!
If there's even a possibility you can make it to San Francisco on the day of the event, you should at least register now before it's too late! You can always withdraw later if you have to.
To register, click on the link below and then select the 'Create New Team' tab near the top of the page.
http://www.buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=132

The last I checked, there were only 5 entries for the Robo-One Wrestling category, 2 for Demonstration, 2 in Stair Climbing, and none in the Door Opening, the Eagle, or the Toss events. To view the updated list of RoboGames events and contenders, go here... http://www.buildersdb.com/view_bots.asp?eventid=132

This would be a great chance to put your robot to the test. Win or loose, it will be a lot of fun and quite the learning experience. Not to mention idea swap central! It's not uncommon to see some of our favorite veterans from overseas competing and willing to share their knowledge. Remember, that's what the whole event is really about... the progression of robot technology. So in case some of you are worried about being embarrassed by your robot not performing up to par, there's no need. This is a fun event, full of friendly people! (and if the participation doesn't increase, there's a good chance you can walk away w/ a medal and other prizes! )

I really hope to see some of you there!
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