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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!
Aldebaran launches the NAO Challenge in the US (Longmont, Colorado) in partnership with the Innovation Center for the first time this year! This competition already involves 220 teams in five European countries and is designed for high-school students, with one NAO robot as the grand prize! Registrations are open until March 15th. The competition starts on March 1st and finals will take place in Longmont, Colorado in June 2015. For more information or to register your team please visit our webpage!
NAO Challenge website
1200 S. Sunset St.
Students design and build autonomous robots that can survive the extreme environment at the Great Sand Dunes National Park (fine, blowing sand; cold temperatures; rocks and other obstacles). Teams participate in reviews leading up to the Challenge, culminating in demonstration of their robots in 6 different courses of increasing difficulty.
Colorado Space Grant Robotics Challenge website
Colorado Space Grant Consortium
11999 Hwy 50
We will be working through the BristleBots Design Workbook in my science classes, at Independence Academy - a program within Adams 12 school district for students individualized education plans and behavioral challenges.
IA Robotics Week website
550 E 124th Ave
Wings Over the Rockies and Colorado’s robotics community invite you to experience and explore this fast growing technology market. Channel your inner ventriloquist by controlling an animatronic puppet. Build a LEGO® NXT® robot and learn how to program its every movement. Cut out a papercraft WALL-E model that you can assemble yourself and take home. Learn more about how the robotics industry impacts our day-to-day lives and its exciting future possibilities.
Robotics at the Hanger website
Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum
7711 E Academy Blvd #1
A Fort Collins JrFLL Expo will take place at the American Legion building on Saturday, April 18, 2015, from 9:00 am-11 am. This Expo is free for teams and spectators. The American Legion is located at 2124 N. County Road 54 G, at the intersection of Taft Hill and 54G (also old Highway 287). This Expo is currently limited to 12 teams.
Fort Collins Spring Jr. FLL Expo website
2124 N. County Road 54 G
A northern Denver-metro area JrFLL Expo will take place at the Alexander Dawson School on April 18, 2015, from 2-4 pm.
Alexander Dawson Spring Jr. FLL Expo website
10455 Dawson Drive
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