A week ago we attended our first educational event, Science day! The area around TU Delft Science Centre - TU Delft at the TU Delft campus was transformed into a science and technology expo aimed at a young audience, and we were fortunate enough to showcase our team to a new generation of little robot enthusiasts! The four of us, Thomas Hettasch, Roman Knyazhitskiy, Leila Hashemi and myself attended the event and gave a presentation about our team and RoboCup Federation in general, and we let visitors drive our robot themselves to try to push the ball into the goal....
Last week, the annual RoboCup event took place at Bordeaux, France, and some of us drove all the way there to experience it for the first time! And it was an unforgettable experience.
A technical article that looks at dealing with the noise in the data that we get from the cameras
Discover the origin story of our team, from a small presentation in the Robotics Student Association’s attic to a great team of 10 people today
This Sunday, we travelled to Enschede to visit another RoboCup team, RoboTeam Twente
We saw this competition as a great opportunity for research and innovation in the field of robotics, and it also seemed like a lot of fun !