After a challenging day of competition, Team ME-184 walked away with 1st place and were awarded with their trophy Lego® kits. All teams represented their groups well with an abundance of teamwork and goodwill.

Preparing a Game Plan >> (1,130kB Quicktime)

Building and Programing in the Race >> (836kB Quicktime)

Stage 1- Straight Line Course >> (1,004kB Quicktime)

Stage 2- Curved Course >> (840kB Quicktime)

Thinking outside of the box and making hand's off controls >> (727kB Quicktime)

Stage 3 - The Ramp >> (375kB Quicktime)

Stage 4 - The Champions! >> (1,006kB Quicktime)

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2004/2005 Projects Underway!
The Robotics Academy is kicking off its third year with a couple of new projects underway. Tufts University seniors worked over the summer to get a head start on this years challenges.
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Second Annual Race Across Campus!
On Friday, October 22, the Robotics Academy held the second annual Race Across Campus robotic relay race. Teams built robots as fast as they could to overcome four different challenges.
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