ROBOCUP 2021 Aftermath

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The 2021 Stevens Point RoboCup has come to a close, and the winners have been crowned! More info on that to follow. An immense thank you to all who attended the event, it was great to have you! For those who couldn't make it, don't worry- there will be more events like this in the future! 🥳
 

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Alright! Time to name some winners!

Grand Champion (Trophy, $100 Gaming Generations Gift Card)- Jerry Hellsing
Second Place ($50 Gaming Generations Gift Card) - Matt Pilz
Third Place ($25 Gaming Generations Gift Card) - Nilo Saulic

Congratulations to our winners! 🥳
 

Performa

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An immense thank you must be said to @PS2it for his help and contributions to the show! It wouldn't have been the same without him and his impressive spread of beautiful old PC hardware! It was tremendous having you sir, and I can't wait for the next one!

Offer goes out to others too, if you've got an old machine or two (or 20, I'm in no place to judge! 🤭) We're always happy to make room!
 

Performa

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We had (I feel) a pretty solid spread of hardware, with a bit of everything represented in some form- from 8-bits, to Macs, to PCs (thanks to @PS2it !), and all the weird stuff in between.



From left to right; Atari 400, Mattel Aquarius, TRS-80 Color Computer I (I switched between them every hour to keep them from overheating), Amiga 1000, and the Commodore 128.
 

Performa

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As said in the other thread, the VIC-20 was not working right. It still came to the show to sit on our "oddities" table, complete with a little Robocop!

 

Performa

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From left to right; Atari 400, Mattel Aquarius, TRS-80 Color Computer I, Amiga 1000, Commodore 128, Macintosh Performa 410, Apple IIc, Commodore 64 (replacing the Apple IIGS that blew up), Macintosh Plus, Macintosh Classic, Macintosh SE/30, Apple eMate 300, and the Compuyne DX4.
 

Performa

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Yet more computers. This was taken after the event was pretty much wrapped up, but a few people were still around.



From left to right: Commodore 128, Macintosh Performa 410, Apple IIc, Commodore 64, Macintosh Plus, Macintosh Classic, Macintosh SE/30, Compudyne DX4, Commodore 64, iMac G3 Tangerine, Zenith EaZy PC, Commodore PC-III/10 Colt. After that it's @PS2it's machines, which include an IBM XT, a Packard Bell, a Compaq laptop, and a few other old PCs. It was an impressive spread I think!
 

Jasper

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As said in the other thread, the VIC-20 was not working right. It still came to the show to sit on our "oddities" table, complete with a little Robocop!

All that time working on that vic and it wasnt even plugged in lol
 
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