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EVE: An ultimate frisbee playing robot

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28 February 2014



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Being a member of FIRST Team 3504, The Girls of Steel, has been an amazing experience: I have built robots with my teammates, gone to international competitions, and have had great time. We recently competed with our latest robot, E.V.E., and my friends and family have been asking “How does it work?”. This comic explains it all – I hope you enjoy it! (You can download a PDF of the full comic here.)

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Lynn Urbina is a high-school student, and a member of FIRST Team 3504, Girls of Steel.
Lynn Urbina is a high-school student, and a member of FIRST Team 3504, Girls of Steel.





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