Pantherbotics is interested in reaching out to the community and educating people on STEM! Here are a few examples of our attempts to encourage STEM in the community!


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NPHS at the Halloween Science Carnival 2015
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Young zombe tries strap on waldo to control robotic arm. NPHS engineer gives instruction on operating competition
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NPHS boot at the 2015 AUVSI Symposium at CSUCI. Student operating the Ventua Bomb Squad Robot



Robotics and Things, Inc. Demonstration at Sequoia (#/#/13):

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The team will discuss their experience including the project management process as well as technical details of the robot they developed. Critical design issues were; the mechanical design and its relation to the physics of basketball; the electrical system including power management and a distributed control system; control and driver interface; a vision system providing real time video as well as image processing and data extraction for targeting.