Live from RoboCup 2009 Day 4

This week Richard Allen, Physicist, NIST, will be live blogging from RoboCup 2009 covering the MEMS-scale robot league. July 3, 2009: Today we have scheduled the Two Millimeter Dash. The ETH team performed their required six runs, with times in the 350 ms – 500 ms range.  These times include delay from official start time […]

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Live from RoboCup 2009 Day 3

This week Richard Allen, Physicist, NIST, will be live blogging from RoboCup 2009 covering the MEMS-scale robot league. July 4, 2009, Entry 4: Today is scheduled the Two-Millimeter Dash However, as with all research activities, there are difficulties.  The two teams are not ready:  the Naval Academy is repeatedly having troubles getting their robots to […]

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Live from RoboCup 2009 Day 2

This week Richard Allen, Physicist, NIST, will be live blogging from RoboCup 2009 covering the MEMS-scale robot league. June 29, 2009: Today the teams arrived.  Remember that picture from yesterday.  Here is what the hall looks like today: The Nanogram demonstration was assigned what is nearly ideal space.  We are immediately at the entrance of […]

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Live from RoboCup 2009

This week Richard Allen, Physicist, NIST, will be live blogging from RoboCup 2009 covering the MEMS-scale robot league. June 28, 2009 Maybe I was a bit premature with the end of my last blog entry: Let the games begin! RoboCup 2009 is being held in the Stadthalle Graz, the convention center in Graz Austria.  The […]

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Live from RoboCup 2009

This week Richard Allen, Physicist, NIST, will be live blogging from RoboCup 2009 covering the MEMS-scale robot league. June 27, 2009 First, I would like to introduce myself to those who don’t know me.  I am Richard Allen and I am a physicist in the Semiconductor Electronics Division of the National Institute of Standards and […]

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