SRS Virtual ROBOTHON Video:
For July, in lieu of our regular monthly meeting format, DPRG will descend on the Seattle Robotics Society (SRS) Virtual ROBOTHON Exhibition.
This SRS event is designed to be a virtual “free-style” show-n-tell type showcase featuring 8 presenters, who will cover topics ranging from robot builds to a general related robotics project. Each presentation will last 15 minutes, with a break after each third presenter.
• Oran Collins – Pass me the butter!
• John Jennings – SawppyRMV : A Robo-Magellan Variation of the Sawppy Rover
• Bob Cook – Snail’s Pace Rope Climbing
• Jim Kindsvater – Stereo JetBot
• Steve Kaehler – Educating Kids with the Elegoo Smart Robot Car
• Dan Royer – Makelangelo Art robot
• Carl Ott – HoverSim
• Donna Smith – Subsumption architecture design for autonomous RC vehicle
- Saturday, July 10, 2021
- 2:00 PM CDT (Dallas time)
How to join the Zoom meeting:
For direct Zoom app login, use:
Meeting ID: 859 6958 8697
Meeting Passcode: 1982
About Seattle Robotics Society
The Seattle Robotics Society was formed in 1982 to serve those interested in building robots and associated technologies. We are a non-profit corporation consisting of a diverse group of technologists and tinkerers. Our collective passion is learning about robots through education and freely sharing our skills and knowledge with our community through meetings, workshops, contests, outreach events, online, and mentoring.
Dallas Personal Robotics Group has been actively building robots for fun since 1984. We meet every Tuesday evening and every 2nd Saturday, and frequently participate in community events.
In normal times we meet at the Dallas MakerSpace. During the Covid-19 pandemic, we have met virtually using Google meet. Our virtual meetings have attendees from multiple countries and locations in the USA. We always welcome guests of all ages and skill levels. Build more robots!
About DPRG Monthly Meetings
DPRG hosts interesting presentations each month during its regular membership meeting. These meetings and presentations are open to public and free to attend. We hope to see you online. Everyone is welcome to attend.