RSA - Robot News for November 2003
Two Amazing Robot Events in SF !
Holiday Games December 13th
More great ant weight and sumo fights expected! Lots of great stuff in our biannual show, including some movie robots, more stormtroopers, and lots of competitions. Missed the last one? Check out this article for some photos and a great recap.
Because this is our holiday show, we've got an expanded vendor area. Looking for holiday gifts? Look no further! What better gift could you give (or get) than cool robot stuff?
We're really pulling out the stops to give you opportunities to get cool stuff, so forget those big retail stores and bring your checkbook! Want to sell stuff? vendors@...
Full details on the event are at http://robotics-society.org/games
SF Meeting this Saturday
The monthly SF meeting is the first Saturday of the month, noon-4, at 1600 Holloway (just south of Stonestown Galleria) in room SCI256: Map. Next meeting in SF: October 4th.
ROBOlympics to Host Thousands!
March 20-21, 2004. Simply put, the largest robot show in the US. Ever. We've booked the pavilion - 35,000 square feet of robotic wonder! We're inviting competitors from around the world to join this first competition. Why should athletes have all the fun?
Two combat arenas! 32' and 16' Robot Soccer, Triathlon, & ribbon climber Line slalom and Maze solving Robot Sumo - 3kg, 500g, 100g, & 25g! Biped Race and Hexapod challenge! And many, many more events!
All this plus exhibits from around the world including the newest robots out there, and some great art robots from Christian Ristow!
Daejon, Korea Nov 6-9 International Robot Olympiad Peoria, IL Nov 8 CIRC Sumo and Ant Mississauga, ON Nov 9 Robot Riots 4 Pittsburgh, PA Nov 10 Robot Hall of Fame Toronto, ON Nov 15-16 Eastern Canadian Robot Games Tokyo Nov 19-22 Int'l Robot Exhibition College Stat'n, TX Nov 20-22 Texas BEST 2003 Bellevue, WA Dec 6 Washington FLL San Francisco, CA Dec 13 RSA Holiday Games!
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