Launching a Competitive Robotics Team for Physically Active YouthPublic
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Physically Active Youth (PAY), an afterschool program in Katutura, Namibia, supports underserved youth and aims to teach them 21st-century skills. We developed the infrastructure of a robotics team for PAY and helped them compete in a virtual robotics competition. Our final product is a 34-person robotics team that will compete in the Live Remote Tournament through the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation, thereby bringing learning and fun to Namibian youth.
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