Robotics I (91.450) present their final projects for the Fall 2011 semester. Included are robotic race cars, a light-drawing robot, and a robotic arm controlled by an Xbox Kinect.
On Saturday, February 12, 2011 an Artbotics workshop was held for winners of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Massachusetts Aspirations in Computing Affiliate Award (MACAA) at The Revolving Museum.
On November 6th, 2010 an educators workshop was held at UMass Lowell. Topics including Botball, Botfest, iSENSE, iRobot SPARK, and Cricket Logo programming among others were covered through lectures and workshops.
Eight students participated in the Spring 2010 semester Artbotics program and had their exhibition on June 12th, 2010. Their work, "The Presence of Absence," was on display at the 119 Gallery for a one-night-only event.
Students from UMass Lowell competed in the 2010 Trinity College Fire Fighting Home Robot Contest on April 11, 2010. Congratulations to Steve Hurton, Paul Phamduy, Saroun Sek, and their robot, Dragonfly, who placed 3rd in the Senior Division: Original Robot category.
Each participant in this semester's program created their own ROBOZYGOUS creature: a robotic hybrid animal. Included hybrids are a panda/eagle, giraffe/seal, and a shark/owl.
Robotics I (91.450) present their final projects for the Fall 2009 semester. Included are robots which play the piano, play a video game, and grasp a ball.
The spring 2009 semester's end-of-term gallery opening took place on May 29, 2009 as part of the second round of The Revolving Museum's exhibition "Show and Tell: The Art of the Narrative." Featured work: "Automatic Kitchen."
The fall 2008 session's work, "Bibliotech," was featured in The Revolving Museum's exhibition "Show and Tell: The Art of the Narrative," which opened on February 12, 2009.
UMass Lowell hosted an exhibition booth at RoboBusiness 2008 in Pittsburgh, PA. They presented robot demonstrations for assistive technology, urban search and rescue, the second version of the MCP and a student-built outdoor robot, which competed at the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition last year.