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Robotics Rumble: Teens Fight For Tech Glory

Go inside a FIRST Robotics regional competition in Ft. Lauderdale, where tomorrow's tech leaders put robot creations to the test.
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Dan Richardson, one of the event announcers, competed as part of a Ft. Lauderdale team as a high school student and went on to help found Exploding Bacon as a sophomore in a college engineering program. He now works as a robotics engineer for Disney, helping design the next generation of animatronic figures.

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