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Could Your Robot Win the IEEE DIY Contest?


The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is celebrating the art of do-it-yourself with an online contest. You can submit a description, pictures, and videos of your robot (or other engineering project) via the contest Website. The contest Website is also a great place to go for a little …

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1. Kyushu Institute of Technology Team

At the recent Robosub event held at the SSC Pacific TRANSDEC Anechoic (non-echoing) pool, in San Diego, California, the Japanese team from the Kyushu Institute of Technology in Fukuoka, Japan, competed an advanced robot submarine of their design, named the “Darya Bird.” After the finals, the …

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RoboSub 2014 in San Diego


Autonomous submarines designed by students from over two dozen countries competed at the recent Robosub event held in San Diego's Transdeck pool, a U.S. NAVY facility. Subs were tasked with finding a target using vision technology, then hovering nearby. A full report will be in an upcoming issue of Robot magazine.

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2013 Multi Rotor Challenge

0. Lead Photo - Walt Ferar trirotor (2) emailable

Top Pilots Demonstrate Multirotors! See some of the best multirotor pilots in the country fly through an obstacle course in this short collection of videos taken on the second day of the March 23 – 24, 2013 Multirotor Challenge held at the Palomar RC Flyers field in …

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MOONRAKER – Winner Of The 2009 NASA Lunar Regolith Excavation Challenge!

Moonraker, a robot designed by Paul’s Robotics of Worcester, MA, recently won the 2009 NASA Lunar Regolith Excavation Challenge. The event, a NASA Centennial Challenge, attracted 23 teams from the United States and Canada to compete for the top prize of $500,000. Organized by the California Space Education and Workforce Institute (CSEWI), the event took place at NASA Ames Research Park in California on October 17 and 18, 2009.

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Combots Cup Gallery


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RoboGames, World’s Largest Open Robot Competition, San Francisco June 15 – 17


http://robogames.net/index.php RoboGames is the world’s largest open robot competition. The best minds from around the world are invited  to compete in over 70 different events. Combat robots, walking humanoids, soccer bots, sumo bots, and even androids that do kung-fu will compete and be demonstrated. Some robots …

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Robogames 2007


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Manitoba 2007 Gallery


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FIRST 2007 Gallery


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SolidWorks Sponsors Botball With 3D Software


The Botball Educational Robotics Program sponsors one of the largest robot competitions, with over 300 teams of from two to thirty students competing in annual competitions. This exciting robot competition has just received a turbo boost that will both empower participants and accelerate the expansion of …

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The First Kyosho Athlete Humanoid Cup!


Biped Robot Competition Leaps ForwardStory and Photos by Lem Fugitt, www.robots-dreams.comDecember 10, 2006 – Tokyo, Japan Kyosho Athlete Humanoid Cup Video (Windows Media Video, 28MB) The launch of the MANOI AT01 humanoid robot kit, featured in our Winter 2006 issue, was an instant success with many …

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Battle Beach 4 with Kevin Berry and Brian Nave —See Evolving Combat Tech: Awesome Power Now Available for Smaller Robot classes Battle Beach, LLC, in partnership with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, is pleased to announce that their next robot combat  event, Battle Beach 4, will be held in Summer …

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