21 March
2016

Last weekend McGill students held a weekend-long hackathon called RoboHacks where they spent the weekend developing robotics devices that spanned mobile robotics to wearable user interfaces (see http://robohacks.io ). Students came from all over the continent and some brought their own UAV's while other made use of the arduinos, Oculus devices and other gear brought by sponsors. The energy was impressive and, as usual for a hackathon, a ton of cool ideas got kicked around.
















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Re: RoboHacks at McGill

Thanks for being there!

Posted by: anonymous at April 01,2016 00:06
Re: RoboHacks at McGill

Thanks for being there!

Posted by: McGill Robotics at April 01,2016 00:07
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