Robots clash in mechatronic game

Staff Report | Apr. 20, 2013 | WNDU-TV NewsCenter 16

Students from Notre Dame and Ohio Northern University control robots at the first-ever intercollegiate robotic football game

The Notre Dame campus was home to a different type of football game Friday night—one played by robots.

Fans watched on in the Stepan Center for the fifth annual Mechatronic Blue-Gold game.

Students from the University of Notre Dame, IUPUI, and IUFW divided into teams to design and build robots to compete in the gridiron fight. The robots fulfilled typical positions like linemen, running backs, wide receivers, quarterbacks and kickers.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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