The HighTechScience.org

ROBOTICS COMPETITION

   We are establishing Free robotic competitions in South Florida at
schools, robot clubs, children's centers, libraries and science museums.

The HighTechScience.org Competition Robot

   There will be several different types
of challenges and competitions such as
Bot-Ball
(Robotic Basketball), Robo Ring Toss
and Robotic Sumo Wrestling.

   Because the robots that we supply have wireless video systems, the competition is repeated by the participant only watching a
TV monitor and not the playing field thus increasing the difficulty. 


Prizes will be awarded to the operator of the robot that has the best score.

Here are a few of the items that we will be giving away:

Hex Bugs Cybug Kits
Robot T-shirts WowWee Tribot
WALL-E Key Chains Robotic Kits
Mini Femisapien VexPlorer Robot
ROBOT Magazine Subscription Edmund Scientific Gift Certificate

The HighTechScience.org Competition Robot Click Here for official Bot-Ball Game Rules
Click Here for official Robo Ring Toss Rules

Click Here for official Sumo Wrestling Rules

Click Here for official Sumo Wrestling Rules

For more information on the
Robot Competitions e-mail us.


Robotic Competition Playing Field

Here are a few YouTube videos of robot competitions.





About the Robots:

   The robots used in Bot-Ball and Robo Ring Toss are the "VEX Protobot" from Innovation First / Vex Robotics.

   The robots used in the Sumo Wrestling Competition is the "OLLO Bug" from Robotis.

About the Play Field:

   The robot competition playing field for Bot-Ball & Ring-Toss is made of interlocking foam tiles which were provided by GetRung.com

   The tiles are 2'X2', Non-Toxic, 100% Lead & Latex Free, ASTM E84 & F963-96a Safety and Fire Rated, UL 723 & NFPA 255 Smoke & Flame Spread Rated. 

   The playfield for the Sumo Wrestling Competition is made of Plexiglas and was provided by the Robotis Company.


We would like to thank the following for their donations, help and support.

Vex Robotics Get Rung Interlocking Tiles & Mats
Robotis Corporation Graupner

For more information on the Robot Competitions e-mail us.


Here are some of our Robots on display at the
South Florida Science Museum and other Venues.

Robby & the B9 on display at the museum.
Robby & the B9 on display at the museum.

R2D2 stands proudly at the SFSM
R2D2 stands proudly at the museum
NBC's Willard Scott Visits Our Robots at the South Florida Science Museum
NBC's Willard Scott Visits Our Robots
"Star Trek's" Walter Koenig with our B9 Lost in Space Robot
Our B9 Robot with Walter Koenig
Star Trek's: Pavel Chekov
Barbara Luna with our B9 Lost in Space Robot
Our B9 Robot with Barbara Luna
Star Trek's: Marlena Moreau
Our WALL-E, RoboBoa, EVE and RoboQuad Robots
Our WALL-E, RoboBoa, EVE and RoboQuad Robots
Part of our Robot Collection
Part of the HighTechScience.org Robot Collection
"Lost in Space's" June Lockhart & Bob May (the Robot) visit
our robot collection at the
South Florida Science Museum
.
June Lockhart as Mrs. Robinson from "Lost in Space" Bob May the man in the "B9 Robot"

Click Here to read what the Press Say's about our Space Collection & Science Centers

Our Collections Have Been Highlighted On
Television, Newspapers and in Magazine Articles.
Click Here for Articles on our Robot Collection



Our items have been displayed at these Museums & Centers:
South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, FL
GWiz Science Museum in Sarasota, Florida
Boynton Beach Children's Museum & Learning Center
The Children's Museum in La Habra, CA The Children's Museum
at La Habra, California
Boyton Beach Public Library Boynton Beach
City Library
We also have exhibits in
Children's Centers, Schools
and in our own
Science & Tech Centers

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further enhance the learning experience for kids of all ages.

Our purpose is to bring new technologies to the youth of America
and to promote science and space research & education.

There is never an admission fee or cover charge nor
does HighTechScience.org sell any products or services.

The Science Centers are donated by High-Tech Productions,
a privately owned company located in Florida.

Our All-Electric Vehicles, Robots and Space Artifacts are loaned out and
displayed at schools, museums and science symposiums
Free of Charge

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