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The 15 finalist for the Google Science Fair has now been announced. The finalist will be going to the Google Head Quarter on July 11 2011 for the finalist judging round and celebratory finalist event.
Now you have the chance to use your best skills for designing, building and programming a LEGO MINDSTORMS robot to be part of a global competition to simulate the Google Lunar X PRIZE Challenge, called MoonBots 2.0.
On January 11th 2011 the Google Science Fair was launched with the participation of the LEGO MINDSTORMS team and several other interesting partners. Many cool and very interesting projects have been entered to the Google Science Fair, including some fantastic LEGO MINDSTORMS projects.
MINDSTORMS NXT Robots are designed to sense their environment and react in ways that you invent. We are challenging you to create the NXT great robot that makes use of as many sensors as you can imagine. We’re calling this contest “Sensor Overload” for you to not necessarily overload your robot with too much stimuli, but rather show off how your robot can behave well when given lots of input to react to!