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Currently the USRC has entered 2 submissions into the 2019 Sydney Vivid festival. The aim is to incorporate art, design and technological skill into a project which will challenge all members of the respective teams. Our two current submissions include; the Globlockz and Antigravity. Both submission entries are student lead by two current students; Steven Liu and Sylvie Ha. The Antigravity project consists of strobe lights and timmed water droplets which allow for the creation of volumetric displays and the illusion of water rising and opposing gravity. The Globlockz project is a set of giant, bright, light-up, colourful Lego bricks which are designed to be interactive.
The plans have been submitted and we're currently waiting for further notice from the Vivid committee.
If you are interested in joining the team or sponsoring our submission please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the National Instruments Robotics Competition, teams work cohesively to create autonomous vehicles which have to navigate an obstacle course.
Our team has competed in the previous season and is looking forward to participating again!
If you are interested in participating keep an eye on this page and our Facebook page for more updates as the next season gets closer.
The Queensland University of Technology Racing Competition is a rover racing competition.
The season just finished! We'll start organising a new season soon.
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