In its 13th year, the March 16 event included students from the artificial intelligence class.
CSIT student teams designed, built and programmed robots that autonomously attempted to find a ball, find the basket, and then shoot the ball from behind the three-point line.
Student teams used advanced programming techniques and designed their robots to respond to various sensors, including gyro, tach, touch and light sensors, said Department Chair Sherri Harms.
“Students must develop the interplay between the physical design of their robot and the mental capacity they programmed into the robot in solving a problem.”
Some of the students will compete April 10 at the University of North Dakota against student-built robots from a seven-state area in the regional MICS robotics competition.
Winning teams of the UNK competition included:
Alliance – Michael Odell
Crete – Gerardo Quintero
Kearney – Ben Bomberger, Abi Pofahl
Kearney – Quinn Feikert, Adam Zheng
Rockville – Natalie Hanisch
Bridgeport – Dan Harshbarger
Kearney – Jake McCann
Norfolk – Jake Korth
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