San Francisco Robotics Society of America

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San Francisco Robotics Society of America

 The san francisco robotics society of america (sfrsa) is dedicated to the exchange of information about robotics in order to stimulate education in the sciences, create new businesses, and to promote the enjoyment of robotics as a hobby. The san francisco robotics society of america is a nonprofit organization which holds meetings the first Saturday of each month at the San Francisco State University from Noon until 5 PM.  Each year toward the end of summer it hold the Annual Robot Exhibitions and SUMO Competitions (ARCE).There is always a Maze event featuring autonomous robots and  incorporate new events each year to challenge veteran robot builders. This is an excellent opportunity to test skills against other robot builders. It's also a great opportunity for children interested in robotics to build a device and present their work in front of a large audience. sfrsa has developed different projects i.e; cabaret mechanical theatre, zach’s cool stuff etc. The san francisco robotics society of america (sfrsa) Robot Games 2001 featured a new event, the AIBO Robot "Greyhound Dog Races", as well as a Maze event by Sony Entertainment Robot. Run by sfrsa's former president, Roger Gilbertson, Mondo-tronics' Robot Store Web Catalog features over 400 robot kits, books, and software, as well as Muscle Wires shape memory alloys, and lots of other great robot related hardware, electronics, video tapes and more. The Robot Store is a sponsor of the sfrsa Sumo Robot competitions and the Robot Games. sfrsa member & Lawrence Berkeley Lab Engineer Zach Radding is building a Robot Workshop n Berkeley and has created a website called Zach's Cool Stuff. A descriptive excerpt from the web page reads “Where High school and college-aged members expand their knowledge of electronics, robotics, mechanic s and computers through hands-on projects".

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