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Build a robot, draw a robot, code a robot with your friends. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your friends, family, or community. Share with us how you will be celebrating!
Popcorn and a robotics movie showing
Robot Movie website
Autonomous Robotics Club
1000 North Dixie
The autonomous robotics club will demonstrate how far we have come in building and programming a robot to take to a competition. The robot avoids obstacles and is a work in progress but it does move.
Robot Demonstration website
Dr. Erdemir from Vanderbilt's Center for Intelligent Systems is coming to give a presentation about robots in the medical field. His presentation will cover nurse robots and his work on a bionic leg.
Intelligent Medical Robots Presentation website
The goal is to complete a race course in the fastest time. Parallax Boe-Bot kits will be provided and participants are taught how to program it and are able to add sensors and program it in any way they want to get it across the finish line. No prior programming experience required.
Great Robot Race website
USFirst Team 3516 is driving our robot around the school during two periods. We will allow students to come after school to get a closer look at it and also to talk to the students who built and competed with it.
3333 Covington Pike
Join us as Team Sparta Bot (Stratford STEM Magnet High School’s Engineering Team) demonstrates its award-winning Frisbee-throwing robot at Adventure Science Center. Included with General Admission.
Adventure Science Center
800 Fort Negley Boulevard
The Middle TN Robotic Arts Society will be in attendance for the "Make-A-Thon: A festival of creativity" event in Franklin, TN at the Williamson County Library. MTRAS will have on display all kinds of Robotic and gadget related goodies. Want to learn how to build a robot that follows you around while carrying your things? Or how about hack that old robo toy that stopped working and make it better, smarter, cooler? When was the last time you got to see a 6ft plus Mech Themed tank treaded robot? Got your attention??? Come see us and all the rest of the great things on display from other tech and maker related groups such as the Hacker Consortium and their 3D printers. For more info check out MTRAS.COM. See ya there!
Williamson County Library
1314 Columbia Avenue
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