My robot, Foo, massacared the competition. He screemed through the contest so fast, it was
like there was no other robot there.
Well, okay, there was no other robot that wanted to compete in the practice event. So timing
wasn't done. A couple other robots didn't want to compete, they just wanted to test out the
field. Which they did a good job.
So if you are looking for a time estimate, my humanoid robot takes about 4 minutes to complete
the course. It takes that long because it is spending too much time working on making the
On October 9th, we will have the Walking Robot Race at the Robothon www.robothon.org. Come to
the event and see a bunch of different walkers compete in the race to learn where the current
state of the art is.
This is going to be an exciting year for the Walking Robot Race. We already have 6 awsome
robots signed up for our first year of this event. Last night I saw R.O'Bot up close and
personal. It is an ingenious mechanical mechanism.
It is going to be just way too cool of an event.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Keith Rowell" <rowell@...>
Sent: Saturday, October 01, 2005 5:22 AM
Subject: [SeattleRobotics] biped walker race practice
could I request a report from your practice last 20th?
I'ld like to participate in this race next year, and it wold be helpfull to get a measure of
the winners so far.
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