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Competitive Robotics 2019

$1,750
116%
Raised toward our $1,500 Goal
23 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on May 04, at 12:47 AM CDT
Project Owners
Rank State Donors
1 OK 9
1 TX 9
3 FL 2

Justin

Kleiber

$30

May 03, 2019

Noah Zemlin

In Memory of Sumobot 2018

$10

Apr 06, 2019

Peter Brown

In Honor of Sarah Brown

$100

Apr 06, 2019

Kenneth

Robb

$100

Apr 06, 2019

Dylan Zemlin

In Honor of Noah Zemlin

$10

Apr 05, 2019

Heather McCann

In Honor of Kevin Robb

$65

Apr 05, 2019

Kevin Robb

In Memory of Kevin Robb

$5

Apr 04, 2019

Kichang Song

In Memory of Kichang

$5

Apr 03, 2019

Bill

Kleiber

$100

Apr 03, 2019

Anonymous

$25

Apr 03, 2019

Angie

Robb

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 02, 2019

Trevor

Roach

$50

Apr 02, 2019

Reagan

Shirk

$10

Apr 02, 2019

Pat Bridgewater

In Honor of Noah Zemlin

$100

Apr 02, 2019

John and Louise Zemlin

In Honor of Noah zemlin

$105

Apr 02, 2019

Claire

Clark

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 01, 2019

Penny Landmark

In Honor of Noah Zemlin

$25

Apr 01, 2019

irma

romo

$25

Apr 01, 2019

Penny

Lindsay

$100

Apr 01, 2019

Cynthia Crawford

In Honor of Noah Zemlin

$100

Apr 01, 2019

Kyle & Wendy Faegre

In Honor of Sam Faegre

$500

Apr 01, 2019

Cody Joyner

In Honor of Noah and tyler

$10

Apr 01, 2019

Jennifer & John Zemlin

In Honor of Noah Zemlin

$150

Apr 01, 2019
Levels
Choose a giving level

$5

Hold the robot together

Five dollars might not look like a lot, but its the small parts that make robotics possible! Wires, resistors, bolts, screws, and glue make up a robot, and holding everything together is really important. Some electronics boards can also be bought at this price, and they are the brains of the operation

$10

Building Materials

Give a robot a body! With ten dollars, we can do a lot when it comes to buying structural materials like wood and metal. We can also buy some electronics and other accessories which will help us assemble a competition ready bot

$25

Electronic Devices

Give our robots a brain! We need small computers and real-time devices like a Raspberry Pi or an Arduino to give robots the ability to do things. These computers make decisions about the robot's movements and also can give the robot an accurate picture of its environment, both necessary for winning competitions

$100

Fancy Stuff

Some of our robots need high precision sensors or motors to get the job done, and that's where this donation level can help! LiDAR devices (used on self-driving cars) and high strength motors (for pushing other robots around) are a couple of examples of what can be bought for our bots to make them ten times better

$250

Competition Fees

Let's go win something! In order to win, we need to register for competition. Some competitions are more expensive than others, and you can help us get there.

$750

Robot from the Ground up

Build a robot! At this level we could build an entire robot from scratch and be competition ready.

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