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  • David Calkins
    RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
    Message 1 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
      RoboGames needs you back!

      RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

      Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

      This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

      There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

      RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

      We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
      Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

      This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

      CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

      ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

      For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

      But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

      Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


      Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
      Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
      Time: Noon - 10pm
      Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
      Map & directions
                 RoboGames 2007
      Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
      Time: Noon - 10pm
      Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
      Map & directions

      RoboGames in the News

      Games Across America

      CBS Evening Magazine

      Monster Nation

      NBC News

      O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

      Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

      EE Times - "RoboGames"

      Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

      Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
      Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

    • David Calkins
      RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
      Message 2 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
        RoboGames needs you back!

        RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

        Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

        This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

        There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

        RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

        We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
        Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

        This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

        CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

        ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

        For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

        But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

        Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


        Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
        Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
        Time: Noon - 10pm
        Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
        Map & directions
                   RoboGames 2007
        Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
        Time: Noon - 10pm
        Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
        Map & directions

        RoboGames in the News

        Games Across America

        CBS Evening Magazine

        Monster Nation

        NBC News

        O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

        Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

        EE Times - "RoboGames"

        Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

        Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
        Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

      • David Calkins
        RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
        Message 3 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
          RoboGames needs you back!

          RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

          Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

          This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

          There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

          RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

          We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
          Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

          This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

          CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

          ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

          For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

          But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

          Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


          Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
          Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
          Time: Noon - 10pm
          Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
          Map & directions
                     RoboGames 2007
          Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
          Time: Noon - 10pm
          Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
          Map & directions

          RoboGames in the News

          Games Across America

          CBS Evening Magazine

          Monster Nation

          NBC News

          O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

          Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

          EE Times - "RoboGames"

          Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

          Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
          Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

        • David Calkins
          RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
          Message 4 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
            RoboGames needs you back!

            RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

            Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

            This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

            There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

            RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

            We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
            Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

            This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

            CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

            ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

            For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

            But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

            Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


            Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
            Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
            Time: Noon - 10pm
            Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
            Map & directions
                       RoboGames 2007
            Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
            Time: Noon - 10pm
            Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
            Map & directions

            RoboGames in the News

            Games Across America

            CBS Evening Magazine

            Monster Nation

            NBC News

            O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

            Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

            EE Times - "RoboGames"

            Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

            Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
            Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

          • David Calkins
            RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
            Message 5 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
              RoboGames needs you back!

              RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

              Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

              This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

              There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

              RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

              We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
              Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

              This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

              CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

              ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

              For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

              But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

              Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


              Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
              Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
              Time: Noon - 10pm
              Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
              Map & directions
                         RoboGames 2007
              Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
              Time: Noon - 10pm
              Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
              Map & directions

              RoboGames in the News

              Games Across America

              CBS Evening Magazine

              Monster Nation

              NBC News

              O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

              Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

              EE Times - "RoboGames"

              Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

              Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
              Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

            • David Calkins
              RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
              Message 6 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
                RoboGames needs you back!

                RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

                Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

                This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

                There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

                RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

                We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
                Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

                This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

                CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

                ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

                For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

                But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

                Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


                Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
                Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
                Time: Noon - 10pm
                Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
                Map & directions
                           RoboGames 2007
                Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
                Time: Noon - 10pm
                Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
                Map & directions

                RoboGames in the News

                Games Across America

                CBS Evening Magazine

                Monster Nation

                NBC News

                O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

                Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

                EE Times - "RoboGames"

                Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

                Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
                Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

              • David Calkins
                RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
                Message 7 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
                  RoboGames needs you back!

                  RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

                  Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

                  This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

                  There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

                  RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

                  We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
                  Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

                  This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

                  CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

                  ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

                  For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

                  But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

                  Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


                  Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
                  Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
                  Time: Noon - 10pm
                  Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
                  Map & directions
                             RoboGames 2007
                  Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
                  Time: Noon - 10pm
                  Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
                  Map & directions

                  RoboGames in the News

                  Games Across America

                  CBS Evening Magazine

                  Monster Nation

                  NBC News

                  O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

                  Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

                  EE Times - "RoboGames"

                  Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

                  Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
                  Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

                • David Calkins
                  RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
                  Message 8 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
                    RoboGames needs you back!

                    RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

                    Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

                    This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

                    There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

                    RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

                    We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
                    Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

                    This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

                    CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

                    ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

                    For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

                    But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

                    Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


                    Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
                    Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
                    Time: Noon - 10pm
                    Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
                    Map & directions
                               RoboGames 2007
                    Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
                    Time: Noon - 10pm
                    Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
                    Map & directions

                    RoboGames in the News

                    Games Across America

                    CBS Evening Magazine

                    Monster Nation

                    NBC News

                    O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

                    Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

                    EE Times - "RoboGames"

                    Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

                    Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
                    Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

                  • David Calkins
                    RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
                    Message 9 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
                      RoboGames needs you back!

                      RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

                      Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

                      This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

                      There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

                      RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

                      We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
                      Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

                      This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

                      CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

                      ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

                      For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

                      But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

                      Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


                      Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
                      Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
                      Time: Noon - 10pm
                      Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
                      Map & directions
                                 RoboGames 2007
                      Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
                      Time: Noon - 10pm
                      Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
                      Map & directions

                      RoboGames in the News

                      Games Across America

                      CBS Evening Magazine

                      Monster Nation

                      NBC News

                      O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

                      Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

                      EE Times - "RoboGames"

                      Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

                      Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
                      Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

                    • David Calkins
                      RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
                      Message 10 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
                        RoboGames needs you back!

                        RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

                        Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

                        This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

                        There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

                        RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

                        We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
                        Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

                        This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

                        CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

                        ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

                        For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

                        But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

                        Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


                        Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
                        Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
                        Time: Noon - 10pm
                        Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
                        Map & directions
                                   RoboGames 2007
                        Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
                        Time: Noon - 10pm
                        Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
                        Map & directions

                        RoboGames in the News

                        Games Across America

                        CBS Evening Magazine

                        Monster Nation

                        NBC News

                        O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

                        Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

                        EE Times - "RoboGames"

                        Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

                        Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
                        Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

                      • David Calkins
                        RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
                        Message 11 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
                          RoboGames needs you back!

                          RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

                          Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

                          This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

                          There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

                          RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

                          We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
                          Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

                          This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

                          CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

                          ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

                          For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

                          But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

                          Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


                          Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
                          Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
                          Time: Noon - 10pm
                          Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
                          Map & directions
                                     RoboGames 2007
                          Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
                          Time: Noon - 10pm
                          Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
                          Map & directions

                          RoboGames in the News

                          Games Across America

                          CBS Evening Magazine

                          Monster Nation

                          NBC News

                          O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

                          Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

                          EE Times - "RoboGames"

                          Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

                          Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
                          Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

                        • David Calkins
                          RoboGames needs you back! RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World s Largest Robot Competition - but we still have
                          Message 12 of 12 , Mar 28 1:23 PM
                            RoboGames needs you back!

                            RoboGames has now been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Robot Competition - but we still have a long way to go. We need you back!

                            Wired magazine called RoboGames one of "The Best Ten North American Geek Fests." ESPN put last year's event in Sportscenter's Top Ten

                            This year will be the biggest RoboGames ever, with all 54,000 sq ft (5000 sq m) being filled with 80 different competitions.

                            There still slots open for sumo robots, robo-one androids, legos, Robomagellan bots, fire-fighters, hexapods, line-followers, BEAM bots and combat robots (1-340 lbs.)  This year will be the second year of the Servo magazine-sponsored Tetsujin (Japanese for "Iron Man" .) Tetsujin involves humans wearing metallic exo-skeletons which radically increases human strength and potential. Think of the forklift suit from Alien, only live and in person!

                            RoboGames is also host for the 2007 FIRA (Federation of International Robot-soccer Association) 12th annual Robot World Cup! We've already got 63 entries from18 countries! 

                            We really want you back! You've still got three months before the event (June 15-17th, at Ft. Mason center) but only two months to register. This year we've already got teams registered from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, Slovenia, Taiwan, UK and the USA.
                            Register today: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventid=196

                            This year there will be several special events, but most importantly - On Friday night, Wired Magazine will be sponsoring a party for all the competitors. Free food, beer, wine, and cocktails - and you won't even have to go anywhere - it will be at the venue! This isn't open to the public, and we're shutting down all the competitions early Friday - so you'll have lots of free time to meet people, including many VIP's.

                            CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, Wired, USA Today, and many more news agencies have covered RoboGames. Check out how we've been described around the world!

                            ComBots Cup and Maker Faire Robot Show

                            For those who can't wait for RoboGames, on May 19-20th, we'll be hosting a preview! Fire-fighting robots, sumos, robo-ones, and many other bots will fill a full building of fun at Maker Faire. This is a great show, and by registering you get access to the whole fairgrounds and get to meet all sorts of amazing people. There are 27 different events for you to display your robot in (including best of show, so if you've got a bot - bring it!)

                            But for those entering the 2nd annual ComBots Cup at Maker Faire, there's $10,000 on the line. 1, 3, 120, 220, and 340 pound robots should all register for the event. The ComBots Cup is our 220 pound challenge, to get more people into building robots. Last year, Matt and Wendy Maxham of Team PlumbCrazy went undefeated through all five rounds to take the $10,000 and 3 foot tall trophy. Who will it be this year? You can't win if you don't compete - so sign up and see the show, whether it's to show off your art bots or compete for the $10,000 championship. This year's purse will be split between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

                            Register For Maker Faire Now: http://buildersdb.com/eventdetail.asp?eventID=205


                            Maker Faire & ComBots Cup
                            Date:Sati-Sun, May 19-20, 2007
                            Time: Noon - 10pm
                            Where: San Mateo Fairgrounds
                            Map & directions
                                       RoboGames 2007
                            Date:Fri-Sun, Jun 15-17, 2007
                            Time: Noon - 10pm
                            Where: Ft. Mason, Festival Pavilion
                            Map & directions

                            RoboGames in the News

                            Games Across America

                            CBS Evening Magazine

                            Monster Nation

                            NBC News

                            O'Reilly - "Robotics Community Descends on San Francisco"

                            Servo - "The West Coast's Largest Robotic Convention"

                            EE Times - "RoboGames"

                            Wired - "Robots Are Ready to Rumble "

                            Sponsorship Opportunities for the Upcoming Show
                            Thousands of people were at RoboGames last spring, and press coverage has gone to millions all over the world. By becoming an event sponsor, you can help us put on a better competition next time and help yourself with tremendous publicity! Become an event sponsor!

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