Top view. At this angle you can see the compact structure of our robot, as well as the length of the arm compared to the robot. By placing the arm at this spot, we were able to ensure we could get the token of diplomacy if lined up correctly. The arm’s location is also very important because we needed to make sure the robot was barley under 18” x 18” x 18”. 

Top view. At this angle you can see the compact structure of our robot, as well as the length of the arm compared to the robot. By placing the arm at this spot, we were able to ensure we could get the token of diplomacy if lined up correctly. The arm’s location is also very important because we needed to make sure the robot was barley under 18” x 18” x 18”. 

Here is the view from the front. As you can see the turbidity and salinity sensors are on the arm of the robot and are able to pivot freely. At this angle you can also see the infrared sensor used to located the water source.

Here is the view from the front. As you can see the turbidity and salinity sensors are on the arm of the robot and are able to pivot freely. At this angle you can also see the infrared sensor used to located the water source.

This is the ball cacher of our robot. It is difficult to see but the servos is located on the far right side of our robot. You can also see the ping sensor attached at the bottom facing backwards. 

This is the ball cacher of our robot. It is difficult to see but the servos is located on the far right side of our robot. You can also see the ping sensor attached at the bottom facing backwards.