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Revision as of 22:12, 24 April 2017

Welcome to the Wiki for the Laramie Robotics Club!

This Wiki is a resource for both parents, students, and educators. Below you will find basic information about the LRC, guides for our robots and software, and a catalog of past exercises and projects.

About

Our Mission:

The primary goal of the Laramie Robotics Club is for our students to have fun playing with robots, while also learning important skills, including math, programming, robotics, teamwork, time management, and resourcefulness.

Club Hours:

Engineering 4045 - Wednesdays, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Contact Info:

The LRC is led by UW Computer Science professors Jeff Clune and Ruben Gamboa, Ph.D student Roby Velez, and Laramie software engineer Jeffry Herndon. These are your go-to people if you have questions:

Jeff Clune (professor) jeffclune@uwyo.edu
Ruben Gamboa (professor) ruben@uwyo.edu
Roby Velez (graduate student) rvelez@uwyo.edu

Our team also includes several student helpers, who will be happy to answer any questions you might have during our club meetings.

Quick Links

LRC Curriculum

  • Portal Window - Allows access to all LRC Curriculum
    • Scribbler Adventure - Learn basic programming through a Dungeon Crawl type game controlling a simulated robot through dangers and hazards.
    • Graphics - Learn how to create simple graphics, harness mouse and key presses, and make simple animations.
    • Choose Your Own Adventure - Create an interactive branching story that includes text, pictures, and click inputs.
    • Platformer - Build you're own game platform given simple commands.
  • Robots - Overview of robots as well and connection guide and examples of possible exercises
  • Calico - Overview of guides focussed on programming in Calico itself (most useful for mentors)
    • [Mentor Meeting Slides and Examples]

Software

Hardware

Miscellaneous

External Links