I'm very sorry about the confusion - I'm trying very hard to create a new national web-site which will solve those issues.
As always, I appreciate and respect your commitment to the fields of both robotics and education - and I'm glad you had a good. time.
All the best, and see soon.
At 15:54 05-10-01 +0000, you wrote:
>Some more comments:
>First, let me say that my school had a great time at the robot
>games. It was fun seeing all the robots, and my students were
>inspired to go back and try to build sumo bots and rope climbers.
>With that said, I have a suggestion:
>I had a very hard time finding rules for the games, and when I did
>find rules, they were inaccurate (i.e. the line following rules from
>the webcast page say there will be 'white lines on the black
>exploratorium floor' and that there will be a data collection
>component to the competition). I sent several emails which were
>unanswered, except by others with the same question. I think
>competitor turnout will be much higher if the complete rules are
>posted well in advance.
>Thank you, though, for your hard work. It is clear that this is a
>large scale project, and took many many hours to put together. All
>in all, it was a great event.
>De Anza High School
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