Robotics project among high school tech exhibits at SUNY showcase

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

When a group of students from South Glens Falls High School got thirsty and needed a drink of water, they dispatched their robot to a nearby table, where a person put the bottle on the robot and it delivered it back to them.

Senior Evan Brooks said students used Vex robotic kit components, a battery pack and a software program called RobotC to program the two robots, which are operated by remote control.

The taller robot they named “Moose Knuckles” and the smaller one that brought the water is “Sizzle Lift.”

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