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A few thoughts: -Using the most advanced perception, combined with extremely detailed maps and pre-planning is the most likely to succeed. -The stabilization for the computation is amazing: the vehicle itself, a custom stabilization mount, internally stabilized racks, disks in suspension, and robust disks for internal stabilization. -Their plans to continue work after the race, regardless of the outcome, is respectable and exciting. -Their win would greatly influence my chances for a good job :) i hope ican have a good time with robot.net

P.S i'm the captain of the wheel robot society for under 13's!!i'm currently making a robot which will go around pincking up litter .cant rite much cos still and thinking stage but who can tell me where to find gd sensors 4 my society???

I am a member of Southern Oregon Robotics Society. I have 1 sumo11 controlled sumo that won third place at pdxbot 03 its first time out. I am working on a BEAM sumo and have about 2 dozen BEAM robots, one of these won the BEAM event in San Francisco in 2003. I also have a basic stamp1 and a basic stamp2 homework board and an stk-500 development board. Check out my web site for some of my bots. I am also on the RoboMaxx III commitee, we are currently looking for sponsors and vendors for our october 2004 event.

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