Robots Formation is a multi-agent project in which a small group of robots will form specific polygons defined by the user. They have to generate the best suitable coordinates or vertices through localization techniques; thus, forming the dynamic user-defined size and pattern as fast as possible.
Neelay Trivedi is a rising high school sophomore who started robotics 4 years
ago. Since then, he has worked on projects like autonomous soccer-playing
robots, an AI version of tic tac toe, and competing in Eindhoven for the
international Robocup. Neelay's favorite subjects are math and physics, and
in his free time, he likes to read, tinker around with electronics, and
write in his science journal.
|Prateek Humane is a rising high school sophomore who is passionate about robotics and programming. He started programming at the age of 10 and continues to challenge himself by learning various languages and participating in several robotic competitions and projects. He has an affinity towards science and engineering and also enjoys playing soccer in his free time.|