1st BEAM Robot Olympic Games (1991)

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This was of course the first of the BEAM Robot Games, which were founded by Mark Tilden. It was held at Humber College in Etobicoke (now part of Toronto), Ontario, began on Friday, November 1 1991 and ran through Sunday, November 3, 1991. This first of the official BEAM Robot Games was held in conjunction with the annual Canadian Micromouse competition held


The images below are clipped from page 2 of the September 1991 issue of the IEEE Newsletter, Kitchener-Waterloo Section)

Competition
Announcment

>>>>>>>>> NOTE >>>>>>>>>
Demonstration
Announcement

A demonstration of BEAM robots
and Micromice was held at the
University of Waterloo
on September 14, approximately
one and a half months prior to
the main event.



[edit] Also See:

Individual BEAM Game Events Past BEAM Robot Games


BEAM Events at the ECRG and CNRG





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