GRT 2001 has arrived

Posted by Matt Sorgenfrei at 03/04/2001 9:36 PM EST

Student on team #192, Gunn Robotics Team, from Gunn High School and Nokia.

Hey all,
Lock your doors and hide the children, G-force 2001 has arrived. I thought it would be nice to put out a little info for y’all attending the Silicon Valley Regional, and, of course, Florida. Our robot can do everything but pick up the balls, so our ideal partner would be someone who could pick up the big balls. As you will see on our website, our robot can grab both towers and balance them on bridge. To balance, we use our arms as stabilizers, stopping the bridge from tilting over. In practice rounds we have been able to do all of this in less then a minute. You’ll also notice that our arms are just so great for clearing dem balls out. Please go to the link below to see G-Force in all it’s glory. Cheers.
Matt Sorgenfrei
[email protected]

Posted by Matt Sorgenfrei at 03/04/2001 9:43 PM EST

Student on team #192, Gunn Robotics Team, from Gunn High School and Nokia.

In Reply to: GRT 2001 has arrived
Posted by Matt Sorgenfrei on 03/04/2001 9:36 PM EST:

:To really see the pictures, please go to
www.gunnrobotics.org/2001. Thanks

Hey all,
: Lock your doors and hide the children, G-force 2001 has arrived. I thought it would be nice to put out a little info for y’all attending the Silicon Valley Regional, and, of course, Florida. Our robot can do everything but pick up the balls, so our ideal partner would be someone who could pick up the big balls. As you will see on our website, our robot can grab both towers and balance them on bridge. To balance, we use our arms as stabilizers, stopping the bridge from tilting over. In practice rounds we have been able to do all of this in less then a minute. You’ll also notice that our arms are just so great for clearing dem balls out. Please go to the link below to see G-Force in all it’s glory. Cheers.
: Matt Sorgenfrei
: [email protected]
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