Students showcase competition robot built at EHOVE
Alissa Widman Neese
Mar 19, 2013 at 11:24 PM
A preview of today's schools feature story, from EHOVE:
EHOVE's 7-year-old robotics team will compete at a district-level competition in Pittsburgh this weekend. This year's game resembles ultimate Frisbee, where robots score points by shooting flying discs into elevated targets.
The team, which includes students from a three-county area, unveiled its latest creation Tuesday.
The robot cost about $2,700 to build and consists of more than 350 individual parts. It can launch flying discs at targets dozens of feet away.
The team is sponsored by local businesses, including NASA Plum Brook Station.
Click here to subscribe to the e*Paper or buy a Register at a newsstand near you to view pictures of the robot and to read about the competition on the BGSU Firelands School Notes page.