KES Robofest Fun!
This past Thursday, our KES Robotics Club had its annual in-house Robofest tournament. Teams of 2 or 3 students have been preparing robots since November to compete in a game called "Binary Blocks". The game consists of autonomous robots having two minutes to build a four bit binary number out of black and white colored blocks. Details of the game can be found on the Robofest website.
Stay tuned for further information after our teams compete at Acadia University on February 16!
DJ DeCoste IB Math/Physics and Robotics
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