ArmInfo. The robots designed by the students of the Armenian Center for Creative Technologies "Tumo", coped well with the task set by the organizers of the international First Global Olympiad in robotics.
Armenian children succeeded in constructing robots that had been given to them at the olympiad, who were able to distinguish the blue balls from the red ones and in a limited time to collect their specific quantity in a certain place. The animals of "Tumo" cope with this task perfectly, nevertheless gave way to the team of the united Europe and Poland, but at the same time left 160 countries behind them.
"This is at first glance the task set by the organizers of the Olympiad does not seem too complicated, considering the progress that such technological direction as robotics is experiencing at the present stage, but for children – beginning designers it is rather difficult. We are glad that "Tumo" in the international arena continues to hold high the flag of Armenia, thereby justifying the numerous positive assessments that the center receives from the international expert community," ArmInfo was told in the center.
To note, the theme of this year on First Global was the problem of global dehydration and young participants of the Olympiad made their unusual technological contribution to it.
Armenian center of creative technologies "Tumo" recently entered the top ten most innovative schools in the world according to the French magazine We Demain. The center is not limited to working in the Armenian capital and has branches in Gyumri, Dilijan and the capital of Artsakh Stepanakert.