Manitoba’s youngest mechanics had their robot creations on display Saturday in the 18th Annual Manitoba Robot Games.
Held in the Audrey Jones Field House at Tec Voc High School, engineers, software designers, makers, and technicians competed against each other and themselves. Teams worked for months to build their robots for competition, with names like Oogilee Boogileetron, CUL8R, and Enter Shandman.
Robots competed in a super scramble, prairie sumo and an old fashioned tractor pull.
The University of Manitoba brought out its hockey-playing robot, along with Martin O’Bryn, one of its combat creations.
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