ME2110 Design Competition
Sophomore student teams design and build robots to compete in a final project for the ME2110 Creative Decisions and Design course at the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech. View a video showcasing this spectacular event.
This semester we have the largest competition field to date in the course with 70 teams competing. The project theme for the semester is “Robo-Pool” – a robotic billiards tournament. The student teams will be designing, prototyping and fielding autonomous machines, or Pool robots, which will compete in an autonomous pool competition that emulates the tasks of pool contest including the break, pocketing balls in corner and side pockets, sinking the eight-ball and maximizing winnings by placing bets with the bookies. The full project description is available on the course website here.
Judges Briefing: 4:30pm in MRDC 2203, the newly reconfigured ME2110 lab spaces
Poster Session & Judging: 5pm – 6pm in MRDC 2nd Floor atrium
Competition: 6:20pm in the MaRC Bld 1st Floor atrium