Form, Function, and Punky Color #34: The Gunn High School Robotics Team

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George E. Pake Auditorium 2003-05-19

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Form, Function, and Punky Color #34: The Gunn High School Robotics Team

What results from mixing 50 high school students, 8 adult mentors, 1 machine shop, a box full of motors and electronics, and innumerable cans of red hair dye?

A life changing experience

  • Come hear the members of the Gunn Robotics Team recall the successes and failures associated with designing a 130-pound remote controlled robot in only six weeks. See the student-built G-Force 2003 in action, along with student-produced videos and this year's award winning 30-second computer animation. Come witness the difference PARC has helped make in the community

    by sponsoring and mentoring this motivated group of students.

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