I just wanted to announce that AEPi is planning on continuing the Computer Science department's RoboBuggy project from 2000-2001. Myself and Nathaniel Barshay will be leading this project with the help of the rest of our fraternity and other interested people.
If you're not familiar with the RoboBuggy project, its basically a fully functional buggy - without the driver. We're also trying to keep it within the official sweepstakes rules, even though it will be rolling in exhibition. We're still working out when we'll be able to test RoboBuggy, but we hope to roll it soon.
Feel free to check out our blog! - http://robobuggy.blogspot.com
Comment on the blog or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you'd like to learn more. Feel free to also stop by AEPi, I'd be more than happy to show off the buggy!