We've got our lineup of judges now, so these are the people you have to impress:
- Carter Gibson is a tech-obsessed geek who works in the video game industry, heading up Community efforts for KIXEYE's mobile titles.
- Kristine Wagner is a scientist working in public health who is dedicating her life to using technology to save lives. She hopes these robots don't kill us all.
- Doug Dalton is a craft cocktail expert, and co-owner of popular local watering holes Bourbon and Branch, Rickhouse, Local Edition and Tradition.
We'll have chiptunes music from DJ J.A.E. of 8bitSF, and the whole thing will be officiated by Dr. Kingfish, our official Cup Bearer (did you know that Cup Bearer was a fairly high rank in royal courts? I did not know this.)
But most importantly, check out those amazing award statues pictured above! Gold, silver and copper. Kinda makes the flyer come to life, right? I'm really happy with how those turned out. Devon and I spent about a month making them. It was a lot more work than I expected.
And yes, the robots still work. If you win one of these, you can wind it up and watch it's little legs flail in mid-air, because the award statue for a robot contest should be mechanically active.