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November 26, 2009

Camosun College Robotics

at 9:34 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Educational, Electronic Hacks, Game Hacks

 

Hacked Gadgets went to Island Tech 2009 which was on Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada to check on the technology that was being demonstrated. Camosun College had some cool robots on display. Unfortunately the only ones that they had operational were two sumo-bots. The very large GPS robot was there for looks only. That’s too bad since it would have been very interesting to see it in operation. The robot is packed full of electronic from the GPS sensor right down to the processing power of a desktop processor. There were no markings on the motherboard that indicated what processor was on there and the demonstrator did not know but by the looks of it I am thinking it may be a Pentium processor?


 

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