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Press Release 07-120 - Video
The SAAST Student Robots Take on the Obstacle Course

Three photos of SAAST student-built robot picking up a stack of hockey pucks in a sequence.
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After three weeks of learning about robots and how to build them, student teams put their creations to the test by guiding their robots through a challenging obstacle course. The students guided their robots from a room inside the building using the robots' cameras and sensors to guide them. (Note: This video has no audio portion)

Credit: David J Cappelleri , Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania

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Title screen: SAAST Robotics 2007. David J. Capelleri, James F. Keller, Terry Kientz, Peter Szczesniak, Vijay Kumar. Different shots of robots collecting balls and other objects on an outdoor obstacle course while students watch. There is no audio portion for this video.

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