This is a small group of Computer Science and Robotic Engineering high school enthusiasts from Storming Robots. They got together to create not only software engineering projects with new ideas, but also learning opportunties to enhance others' strength in STEM.
Most of the development will be focusing on the Webots™ Robot Simulator.What is Webots™?Webots is a sophisticated robot simulator which has been designed mainly for professional use in industry, education, and research. It requires programming experience usually in university and professional levels.
At SR, we continuously cultivate students' love in creating ideas and take on challenge outside their comfort zone taking ownership of their own learning, being engulfed with the enthusiasm for ways to not only develop their own strengths, but also leverage their new-found knowledge through helping others.
This simulates the competitive environment called Robocup Junior Rescue Line competition (for pre-college). It aims to excite students to participate in robotics programming and software engineering. Webots™ simulation environment is designed for industrial and research usage. Our Development group aims to create an envronment easier to adapt for the less experienced.
|Robot Name||C/C++ ran on more advanced/complex field||Score||Video (recommend download)|
|Keitto (by Peter Leong)||C++||200|
|Rybot (by Ryan Wang)||C++||110|
|SamZRobot (by Samuel Zhao)||Google-Blockly||200|
More details will follow after submission is received. Please do note: Submission Deadline is 7:00 pm, August 6th. Good luck!
Reminder: there are a few simple sample worlds and controllers in the installation. Do check back to this site later for more up-to-date information. There will be a (minors-safe) discussion forum available soon.
There are a wealth of samples coming with the Webots installation. They are located in the <your webots installation folder>/Webots/projects/samples/devices/worlds. During installation, you will see a set of samples from "Guided Tour - Webots". These samples are for the more experienced programmers. You may find e-puck_line_demo particularly applicable.
During late 2019, three robotics and CS enthusiasts, Jeffrey Cheng, Julian Lee, and Victor Hu delved their time into creating a programming environment for novice and younger students.
Brief highlight of their background:
Please Email Uswith feedback, bugs, suggestions, advices, etc.