Robot Hackathon, Toronto – Stay Tuned for 2014 Registration!
Toronto’s Robot Hackathon is finalizing their 2014 date! Check out this wrap-up from their 2012 event, including the video above:
Preparations for Get Your Bot On! 2014 are well underway but we haven’t even told you which teams won last year and what bots they made.
We had over 60 participants for the 2012 hackathon. Artists, engineers, designers and programmers all came together for the weekend to build prototypes of their robot ideas. The weekend kicked off at the Idee offices where participants had a preview of the kit, shared their robot ideas and formed teams. They worked Saturday and part of Sunday on their bots with the help of our mentors and with help from each other. The collaboration was amazing…
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