Roanoke College RoboCup

by Scotty Smith on April 23, 2015

The Roanoke College Robotics course (CPSC 310A) completed their final exam on Thursday morning. Their exam was a simplified version of the international RoboCup. Each student was tasked with designing, building, and programming a robot using Arduino microcontrollers (essentially a low power, simplistic computer), motors, various sensors, 3d printed components, and a lot of wires and hot glue. The goal of the game was to move as many cubes as possible to their respective goal locations.  Congratulations to all of the competitors!