Topic: Robotics Degree

Physical Computing Studio

By: | Jun 19, 2013

This semester, I am taking a class called RBT307, Physical Computing Studio. As mentioned in a previous blog entry, the class is filled with both robotics and non-robotics students, which makes for an interesting mixture. The class separated into five different project groups, and the teams are all building something completely different. I don’t want… Read more »

SIP (Student Innovation Project) Fair and Finals

By: | Apr 25, 2013

It’s been a busy few weeks here at UAT. Yesterday was SIP Fair. For those who aren’t familiar, SIP stands for “Student Innovation Project”, and it’s something all of our students complete before graduating UAT. In order to qualify as a SIP, students must prove that their idea is innovative in some fashion. At UAT,… Read more »

Ra-ra-ra-ra Robots!

By: | Apr 17, 2013

So I don’t talk much about robotics even thought I’m currently in a robotics class so I’m going to talk about our final project. We’re supposed to make our micro-controllers (robots) play a seemingly simple game of hide and go seek tag. Something school children everywhere enjoy, but our robots have yet to understand! It’s not something… Read more »

Finals Week Again

By: | Dec 10, 2012

Finals are drawing nearer and nearer here at UAT. I’ve been pretty busy with assignments and projects. In HCI, we began user testing on our UAT app prototype. The feedback was mostly positive, which was nice. I’m very impressed with my team so far, since this is the first time we’ve ever worked on anything… Read more »