With bonus second half commentary from Octavian.
“Highlights” of our U.S. Open 2005 appearance. At that time the entire codebase was written by one student: Greydon Foil. As a bonus, some of the camera work here was done by Bowdoin alum and Google big shot Doug Vail who was at CMU at the time.
Penalty Shots with Penn for fun: high def.
Check out the Northern Bites on Discovery Channel Canada!
While we were at competition in Graz this summer, we were approached by a camera crew from the Discovery Channel. They hung around and filmed us for a few days, following our journey to the finals. It was really neat to have the camera crew there and the video came out really well. They managed to capture a lot of the excitement around the finals.
Apologies for the delay! Our Parent’s Weekend Scrimmage went off without a hitch (mostly). The lights were super dim and we had to enlist our auxiliary lighting to help out. Even so, the light was under 200, but Elise triumphed, churning out a functional color table in under 1.5 hours.
The team had a great showing, with 11 members participating. The new guys all got some experience with photo taking and the pre-game warm up. Photo taking this year is greatly expedited by the ability to stream and save images directly in the TOOL.
The scrimmage itself was a success. We played 2-on-1 for two regulation halves which ended in a 1-1 tie. The bots moved considerably slower than in Graz, but stayed stable for the whole game.
Check out the video below for the full match.
Parents Weekend 2009
This is posted purely for fun and with all due respect to a colleague who has been an inspiration and who has helped make the Northern Bites what we are today.
This could be considered a rough draft. I still need to find the 2d half of the first Nao Devils game for example.