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RTG 1 (Ruhrtal-Gymnasium, Schwerte, Germany, four participants) Team members: Jan Eichenauer Mario Tigges Tu ğç e Kalayci Sören Judka. Our topic and our idea: At school we have assembled ASURO robots. We plan to transmit information to a robot by light signals using the Morse alphabet.

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Rtg 1 ruhrtal gymnasium schwerte germany four participants team members jan eichenauer

RTG 1 (Ruhrtal-Gymnasium, Schwerte, Germany, four participants)

Team members:

  • Jan Eichenauer

  • Mario Tigges

  • TuğçeKalayci

  • Sören Judka


Rtg 1 ruhrtal gymnasium schwerte germany four participants team members jan eichenauer

Our topic and our idea: participants)

  • At school we have assembled ASURO robots.

  • We plan to transmit information to a robot by light signals using the Morse alphabet.

  • With this information, the robot must move through a labyrinth.


Rtg 1 ruhrtal gymnasium schwerte germany four participants team members jan eichenauer

Our further steps until the 15th of May 2009: participants)

  • defining commands the robot should understand

  • choosing a light source to which the robot should react

  • attaching a light sensor to the ASURO

  • attaching a light source to the computer from which the robot will be controlled

  • developing a programme which enables the ASURO to understand our commands and react to them

  • learning how to use an already existing programme which controls the computer light source

  • building a labyrinth