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The Experience of using Micromouse and Robot Ping Pong for Teaching Mechatronics

@inproceedings{Bradbeer2003TheEO,
  title={The Experience of using Micromouse and Robot Ping Pong for Teaching Mechatronics},
  author={Robin Bradbeer},
  year={2003}
}
Micromouse and robotic ping pong have been interesting mechatronic applications for the past decade or more. Recently a number of educational institutions around the world have started using these two ‘fun’ robotic ideas as a basis for a more structured approach to robotic engineering education. At City Polytechnic of Hong Kong regular project work using micromouse has been going on for a number of years. More recently robot ping pong has been introduced. This paper also looks at the problems… 

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