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LVBots Meeting

If you are interested in showing something for the main presentation, please talk to one of the organizers!


6:00-6:10 Random robot stuff: questions, things in the news, videos, etc.

6:10-6:15 Introductions & group matters

6:15-6:40 Main presentation: TBD

6:40-6:50 Anything else people want to show off

6:50-7:00 Topics for upcoming meetings

At ~7pm we will adjourn to Winchell's for general discussion.

You are of course welcome to bring in things without being on the agenda, but if you leave a comment about something you want to present or discuss, we can add it to the list.


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  • Jennifer

    We'd like to know how we can get involved for the benefit of our kids or if there are any programs that are geared toward kids. Our boys are 7 and 9, and our 7yo specifically is interested in robotics and how to make things work. Any suggestions?

    June 20, 2014

    • Derrill H.

      Jennifer, one thing you might look into is the Lego Robotics League. There is a class at the Rise Resource Center here in town.

      2 · June 24, 2014

    • Jennifer

      Thanks, Derrill!

      June 29, 2014

  • Timothy

    The new intern, Ted, gave a good explanation on one of the ways a Looped maze solving robot could figure out a maze, which was supplemented by one of the Pololu engineers. A lively discussion was had answering questions from the floor. Afterwards, Pololu's new motor mounting brackets and wheel hub assemblies were available for examination - they looked pretty good and should be useful in constructing larger "Non kit" robots.

    1 · June 26, 2014

  • Doug B.

    Well run meeting. Interesting topics. Excellent sharing and collaboration.

    1 · June 26, 2014

  • Andrew Y.

    Meeting is well prepared, I learned a lot. I will come for next meet up.

    1 · June 26, 2014

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