**Register today for the 2014 IT-Olympics!**
April 25 & 26, 2014
at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa
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Students in this venue bring the robot they have been given to the IT-Olympics to compete in a Lego Mindstorms NXT Sumo event. The details of this primarily competition are in the IT-Olympics Venue Document. However, during the IT-Olympics there will also be real-time challenges where students are asked to design parts or programs for an additional base robot. The specifications of these challenges are only given to the students at the competition.

Robotics primary challenge documentation

While there is no cost to forming the club nor obtaining the materials, each HyperStream Club is required to perform a community service project related to their content area(s). Any team that competes in an IT-Olympics venue must submit a multimedia presentation and oral description of their technology community service project for judging. The multimedia presentation will be available for all attendees to view. The community service score will contribute to the overall standings in the robotics competition.