The first day of April, 2017 offered up a Robotics Competition at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center. The competition featured high school age groups from throughout Ohio as well as a few surrounding states.
The Wolstein Center is a 13,000 seat basketball arena, and for the competition the floor was divided in half, one side was the competition area and the other was the pits. The emcee hosting kept the crowd engaged throughout.
The crowd of roughly 2000 people were extremely enthusiastic, cheering on their teams as the robots competed.
The competition was intense.
The teams throughout the pits were very happy to talk about their robots, and how they function.