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Robot Space Invaders

This group created Robot Space Invaders, which invited visitors to play space invaders on a real-life grid. Visitors would carefully choose which grid square to advance every round, all trying to avoid being "shot" by the Space Invader Robot who would eliminate a row each round. This robot was made in a University of Notre Dame undergraduate course called Autonomous Mobile Robots, which was taught by, Prof. Laurel Riek, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Director of the Robotics, Health, and Communication Lab.
Robot Space Invaders
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