Team Crosshair from UCF competes in Thales Arduino Challenge 2016
Team Crosshair, from UCF, has been working towards the Thales Arduino Challenge 2016 (a Micro-controller based engineering competition). They have built a robot in a week and a half which can navigate autonomously, find, target, and track any object it is told to. Team members, and particularly graduate student Kiran Prakash, are closely working with CRCV to apply computer vision techniques to the project they have been implementing.
The team, consisting of four graduate and undergraduate engineering students have made it through two rounds of competition and are currently up against three other teams (from California and the United Kingdom) in the Global Finals. In order to show your support click the link below and and vote for TEAM CROSSHAIR and help them win this competition. Go Knights!
Team Name: TEAM CROSSHAIR
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Here is our team!!
Team members : Kiran Prakash(Graduate), Ben Carpenter(Undergrad), Dillon Martin(Undergrad), Lucas Ryan(Undergrad)