The judged event will be Noon, April 16th in the BC Infil (Engineering B106). You are welcome to bring friends, family, ect if you'd like.
You will need to submit a basic report of your project by April 9th. This doesn't need to be anything fancy, but needs to detail: your budget and bill of materials, your code, your circuit, any mechanical/concept work, as well as a "works cited" listing your sources for code, circuits, and anything else you used.
You are welcome to bring trifolds with an outline/pictures/ect of your project if you'd like. Be prepared to answer questions such as, "How does your code work?", "How did you come up with this idea?", "What were some engineering challenges?".....the ropes. You should have a working knowledge of your project.
PLEASE READ: Even if your project isn't complete or isn't working, you should still submit it anyways. You still have a good chance of winning a prize if you've thought through everything well. Only a small portion of your score comes from the actual functionality.