THAT Robot Fight Night
Tuesday, July 26, 2022 - 7:30 PM UTC, for 1 hour.
AT THAT (In-Person Only) Regular, 60 minute presentation
THAT Robot Fight Club @ THAT Conference… Time to Kick BOT!!! Do you like robot carnage? Really, who doesn’t love robotic kinetic destruction? Horizontal spinners, vertical spinners, flippers, crushers, oh my! Love Battlebots - but don’t want to spend $20,000 or more and see it go up in smoke and fire in 3 minutes? Us too… So we’ve started RFC, Robot Fight Club! At the last THAT Conference, we shared the ideas behind the group -- this year we’ll be hosting the 1st annual THAT Robot Fight Club’s “Fight Night” event! We’ll be hosting online monthly meetings (starting in April on THAT.us) where builders can get together to learn how to get started and share their progress. Join us and build your own robot to bring to THAT Robot Fight Night! LEARN ⇛ BUILD ⇛ COMPETE ⇛ REPEAT ↺ #1 Rule of Robot Fight Club is that you talk about Robot Fight Club! #2 Rule of RFC is that everyone is welcome to join us to talk about everything around Robots and Robot Competitions! #3 Rule of RFC is to share what you love about Robots and help raise each other up so together we build -and- battle -and- explore what is possible with robotics... :) Who should attend? ANYONE who is passionate about robots! All ages -- ranging from 9 to 99+ All levels of experience from "never built a robot before" to "have a fully functional Dalek in my garage ready to EXTERMINATE you!" https://www.meetup.com/robotfightclub/ ----------------------------------- Amy Rambow-Larsen and Lance Larsen have coached robotics tournaments for 12+ years, from Lego Robotics to FIRST Tech Challenge robotics (www.FTCRobotics.com) and our whole family loves BattleBots! Our daughter’s high school competitions are about to end (as they head off to college) so now it’s OUR TURN - JOIN US! Amy Rambow-Larsen has her Doctorate in Molecular Genetics and has presented on everything from 3D Printing to IoT and beyond! She has been involved in coaching and judging robotics teams and lego robotics since 2010. Lance Larsen is a Microsoft MVP for Mixed Reality and passionate community speaker. Lance has led MADdotNET, the Madison .NET User Community for over 15 years - www.MADdotNET.com. He's also the CTO for Holosoft, a company focused on XR (Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality) technologies - www.Holosoft.com. AND he’s been involved in robot competitions with his wife and daughters for 11+ years, from FLL (First Lego League) to FTC (First Technology Challenge) - www.FTCRobotics.com
Join us on that.us to learn how to build your own 20 lb robot.