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Sumo Robot League trains middle schoolers in the ways of autonomous combat with $100 bot kits.
by Michael Belfiore, Bloomberg Businessweek
Here is a great news segment highlighting the Sumo Robot Camp hosted at theClubhou.se. Three weeks of camp teaches kids how to make their own 3D Printer, build their own robot, learn to code C++, and then apply a bluetooth module to make their robot remote control with their own mobile app.
Our Spring Competition saw students from all over Georgia compete for a $1000 scholarship. The Fall season starts August 1st. Be sure to sign up soon.
At the USA Science and Engineering Festival last week, we were interviewed by Javon for the Kids Doing STEM You Tube Channel. They are three siblings that love all things Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. It's dedicated to showing kid friendly STEM projects and experiments any kid can do at home, as well as interviewing professionals in a variety of STEM related fields.
Sumo Robot League was invited to participate in National Robotics Week at Georgia Tech. It was a fun day sharing with middle and high school students all things sumo. Sponsored by Georgia Tech’s Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM), over 100 students from about the state had a chance to try out the robots via blue tooth and remote control, or in the sumo wrestling ring.
Sumo visits the West Coast. The team ventures to San Francisco to the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Conference and more than 3800 educators from around the nation had the chance to learn more about how Sumo Robots could benefit their school programs.
On a cool crisp day, Sumo Robots were invited to Macon for the Make-End Maker Festival!
The event is Central Georgia’s first festival celebrating makers: people who create original art, craft or technology-based works.