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PLEASE NOTE: This is information about the 2002 ArtBots show.
For current ArtBots info, please see: http://artbots.org

Call for Entries

The call for entries is over. Thanks to everyone who sent in their great work! We'll be back next year...


Update: the entry deadline has been extended to February 11th.

The first annual ArtBots: The Robot Talent Show will take place in New York City on Saturday, May 25th, 2002. Creators of talented robots are invited to submit their robots for possible inclusion in the show. The deadline for entries is February 1st, 2002.

To submit your robot for consideration, please copy/print and fill out the following form and send it to either:

artbots@artbots.org

or:

ArtBots
c/o douglas repetto
632 w. 125th st.
318 prentis hall
new york, ny
10027 USA

If you'd prefer you can download and print out a pdf entry form. (To view and print it you'll need Adobe's Acrobat reader available free here.)

Entries must be postmarked/emailed by February 1st, 2002. We will send you confirmation via email when we receive your entry. Have fun!

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ArtBots Entry Form

Robot project name:

Project contact name and email address:

Who is involved in the project?

Where are you based?

Briefly describe your robot's talents:

Ideally, how would your robot and its work be presented?

Is this a currently functioning robot, or is it still being designed/built?

If it is still in the planning stages, what is your timeline for completing the project?

What are the physical dimensions of the robot and its operating area?

How is your robot powered? Does it have any special or extraordinary power needs?

Does your robot require access to any resources (other than electrical power) that you can not provide yourself? (e.g. a sound system, video projector, special lighting, compressed air, running water, etc.)

Can your robot run continuously over the course of an afternoon?

List any potentially dangerous elements of your project (gas engine, fire, hazardous chemicals, etc.):

Is there anything else you think we should know about your robot?

IMPORTANT: In addition to the above form, please provide documentation (photos, plans) of the project. HTML links, email attachments or hardcopy enclosures are all acceptable.

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