Final Product Entry – Robotics

  • You can tell us a teacher’s email address if you are at school, or your parents email if you don't have your own
  • Winners will be notified by phone if we receive no response via email.
  • All entrants must be in education in Sheffield or must be resident in households that pay Sheffield Council Tax.
  • You can work in teams of up to four people
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  • If you are in a team it is the age of the oldest person that counts.
  • e.g Raspberry Pi, Lego,
  • Provide a brief description of what it will do and why.
  • E.g. Will it be controlled by sensors? Will you interact with it remotely? Will software be involved?
  • Consider their age and interests/needs.
  • Give up to three reasons why your idea is different from robotics already on the market. Use the 'plus' icon to add more lines.
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  • If you could develop your project further, what would you do? Describe any plans you may have for the future:
  • If your source code or files are hosted on an external host (e.g.Dropbox, Google Drive or GitHub) give us the link below:
  • Please provide a video demonstration of your robotics project. If you have hosted this on a video hosting site such as YouTube or Vimeo, please provide the link below. (If your video isn't hosted online please submit it using the uploader in the next question)
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