National Junior Robotics Competition 2011. Team Name: Robotics Genesis Team Members: YEO MENG HAN (BUILDER/PROGRAMMER) RYAN GOH (BUILDER/PROGRAMMER) SHILPA SANIL (RESEARCHER/VIDEOGRAPHER)
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National Junior Robotics Competition 2011
Team Name: Robotics Genesis
Team Members: YEO MENG HAN (BUILDER/PROGRAMMER)
RYAN GOH (BUILDER/PROGRAMMER)
SHILPA SANIL (RESEARCHER/VIDEOGRAPHER)
MILANPREET KAUR (RESEARCHER/VIDEOGRAPHER)
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