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FIRST Worlds

We spent half of last week at the World Championships for FIRST. This is the organization which Dean Kamen started in New Hampshire 25 years ago to show kids that engineering can be fun...

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FTC State Finals

Peter’s robotics team went to the state championships yesterday at Bridgewater State. It was a big event with teams from all over the state (and New Hampshire). The competition was really exciting. Their machine...

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NHSGA

Peter is spending the summer at the National High School Game Academy (NHSGA). That’s a summer program at the Entertainment Technology Center (ETC). We went to visit him last weekend. It’s a really cool...

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Put A Ring On It

Peter’s robotics team finished their season at the state championships yesterday. It was kind of a rough day for them with lots of broken connectors and the smell of burned out motors. But they...

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Science Fair

Peter’s science fair was this evening. I think that he’s glad to be done with it, but it went pretty well. He gave lots of demos of his robot and answered lots of questions....

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FTC@BUA

There was a First Tech Challenge regional meet at BU Academy today. Pete’s team wasn’t in it, but we went to scope out the competition. The basic idea is that the robots lift the...

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Robot Video

Peter did some more work on his robot today. He’s got a big battery pack installed so that it doesn’t need a cord. It still has the cable to the Wii nunchuck though. Faith...

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The Robot Part 1

For my science fair project this year I am planning on making a self-balancing robot similar to a segway. Over Thanksgiving break we’ve been attempting to get a basic robot working. We’ve decided that...

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How can we fight back?

Epipheo recently talked to Daniel H. Wilson, the author of Robopocalypse and put together this video. You should watch it because it contains a lot of information which you might find useful sometime in...

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AVA

One of the things I’ve found interesting messing with my Xoom is how much fun it is to be able to access all of the different sensors. Now imagine what it would be like...