Charlotte residents Tyler Sturdivant, 15, left, programming the computer, and James Carter, 13, right, attaching the computer cables to the robot, worked as a team during the Robotics 301 camp at UNC Charlotte. They were building a computer controlled LEGO robot while attending the Camps on Campus summer camp, Niner Academy, which is for rising 9-12 grade students.
Charlotte residents Tyler Sturdivant, 15, left, programming the computer, and James Carter, 13, right, attaching the computer cables to the robot, worked as a team during the Robotics 301 camp at UNC Charlotte. They were building a computer controlled LEGO robot while attending the Camps on Campus summer camp, Niner Academy, which is for rising 9-12 grade students. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE
Charlotte residents Tyler Sturdivant, 15, left, programming the computer, and James Carter, 13, right, attaching the computer cables to the robot, worked as a team during the Robotics 301 camp at UNC Charlotte. They were building a computer controlled LEGO robot while attending the Camps on Campus summer camp, Niner Academy, which is for rising 9-12 grade students. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE

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