The Robot Blog

2013-04-09

It starts with Lego and ends with Robyn

Lego isn’t something just kids play with. We use it as well. It’s a great way to brainstorm and try different ideas. The robots in the pictures, yes they are robots, does actually move to music (I think we recorded some film, we’ll put it up later). We built them during a teambuilding day earlier this semester. So, when this projects ends, we might say it started with Lego and ended up with Robyn. Somehow it doesn’t sound too unfamiliar.

If you’re into robots – don’t hesitate to try Lego mindstorms. It’s awesome. You’re never to old to play. But if you stop playing, you might turn old :-)

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Introduction

Follow a group of students at Sweden’s most prestigious technical university, KTH, while they build a robot as a tribute to swedish indie-superstar Robyn.

Contact

If you have any thoughts, questions or ideas regarding the project, feel free to contact us at robotproject2014@gmail.com.

Study at KTH

Do you want to build a robot too, or maybe construct the eighth wonder of the world? Then check out KTH’s different programmes and courses that will make this possible, at www.kth.se/utbildning.