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Student’s game gets attention of Florida museum

Student’s game gets attention of Florida museum

    12.17.12 | Student Life Computer Science

    Curtis Todd, a computer science major, is releasing Catalyst 2012 for Xbox, a robotics simulator game played on a basketball-like court.

    Catalyst 2012 got the attention of officials at the Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science in Tallahassee, Fla., who are developing an interactive exhibit in collaboration with FIRST, an organization that inspires young people to be science and technology leaders. Catalyst 2012 will be a permanent part of the exhibit, which is aimed at helping students discover robotics. Also, a new game will be released in January 2013. View the trailer in YouTube. Todd will be traveling to  a kickoff competition next month in New Hampshire and a competition at New York City. Additionally, he will travel to regionals across the Southeast and will return to the FIRST Championship at St. Louis, Mo.