Indonesian Students Break Bot Assembly Record
Last Saturday, Indonesia celebrated its Independence Day by breaking a robot-assembling record. While that country is not noted for its robotics, 550 primary school students of the Penabur Christian Educational Foundation (the BPK Penabur) met at Ciputra Mall to do just that. In order to qualify, each robot had to run on "s"-shaped tracks. We wonder if they celebrated with pizza and root beer after the event.
Via The Jakarta Post
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at August 17, 2009 9:10 AM