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Milwaukee Mentor Open Robotics Competition (MMORC)

Attention ALL robotics enthusiasts! The first ever Milwaukee Mentor Open Robotics Competition (MMORC) will be held in the Kern Center Fieldhouse on Saturday, October 12th, from 8:00 - 2:00. What is the MMORC? High school students from FIRST Robotics Team 1675, the Ultimate Protection Squad, from Rufus King, Bradley Tech, and Washington High Schools, have designed a game for adults to play. Participants can be any post high school individual or team - so MSOE students and staff are welcome to join the competition. The game is called Duck n Cover and details can be found at www.team1675.org/mmorc. The idea here is to give the high school students a chance to see how an event runs and develop planning and management skills while being inspired by the creations of their adult mentors. Teams can enter for just $25 and there are only a few simple restrictions on what can be entered into the competition - Vex, Tetrix, Lego, Arduino, RC - its all legal, provided it fits in the starting box, has no more than 10 motors, and uses no more than the equivalent of two 7.2 V batteries. Even if you won't compete, come check out the action on the 12th and see what FIRST Robotics in Milwaukee is all about.

When

  • 10/12/13 8:00 AM - 10/12/13 2:00 PM CDT (America/Chicago)

Where

  • Kern Field House

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