5/17/2002 - Nearly 200 Central Texas K-12 students will gather Saturday, May 18, at National Instruments world headquarters in Austin, Texas. They will not be talking about the latest movie or video game -- they will be there to exhibit their latest design and engineering work. Under the guidance of their teachers and more than 150 NI classroom volunteers, students have created robots that sort recyclables, capture billy goats, and rescue children from evil pirates using modern engineering software along with familiar LEGO building blocks. Each of these innovative designs will be on display Saturday at RoboLab Mania, an event NI hosts annually to celebrate student achievement with engineering and computer technology.
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