Posts Tagged ‘ programming

Zero Robotics

This September, we got a team of programmers together and applied to participate in an MIT and NASA sponsored competition called Zero Robotics. After a very difficult application process, we got accepted among 24 other teams out of over 100! Using an online simulator, our team met multiple times a week to develop strategies and code that would help us fulfill our mission efficiently, which is to search for a lost solar panel, and retrieve it back to our space station, all while avoiding other satellites. In a recent online “simulator” competition, our team took 12th out of 24 teams. There is an upcoming competition for which we recently submitted our code.

VEX Programming Session

Last week, October 26th was our first VEX Programming Session. If anyone hasn’t had the chance to write a sample program or to look at sample code, please do that so that we can move on in the sessions!

If you haven’t downloaded the trial for Robot C, follow the link and start programming:

http://www.robotc.net/download/vex/

If you have any questions, please email Zahi Hakim at zahi_hakim@comcast.net or Bhargava Manja at bhargee.manja@gmail.com.