At our most popular exhibition yet, more than than 200 attendees played with the 10 projects built by this year's 26 students.
Braving the blizzard of 2005 and buoyed by a band of boisterous and bodacious Blues, 26 brainy but bleary-eyed buddies built 12 brilliant and beautiful bots.
Having taken a break in 2003, the RDS course came roaring back. 29 students built 13 wonderfulclever projects.
To celebrate the last palindromic year of this century, 34 students built twelve delightful robot projects. Check them out!
Arthur C. Clarke's HAL would have gladly opened the pod bay doors for the eleven creative robots constructed by this year's 25 students. We were delighted that John Galinato and his Build-It-Yourself team were able to join us at this year's exhibition.
Undeterred by Y2K, 30 students worked in teams to construct twelve great robot projects. Here is the story of those projects, as told by the students.
This time around, we limited enrollment to 20 students. We had a great class with wonderful projects! Here are a collection of web pages about the projects, created by each of the teams.
The first time the course was held for credit, 30 Wellesley students worked in teams to create eleven spectacular robots for our exhibition. Here are a collection of web pages about the projects, created by each of the teams.
A gallery of projects from the non-credit pilot versions of Robotic Design Studio held during January 1996 and January 1997.