HighTechScience.org Grants Robotic Wish

   On August 9, 2009 at 12 noon the Jacobs family from New Jersey arrived in Boca Raton, Florida just to see our Robot Collection and especially our fully functional WALL-E replica.  Make-A-Wish Foundation South Florida Chapter
   The family made arrangements with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and it was our absolute pleasure to allow them to come and see what we have knowing they would leave here with memories that would definitely last a lifetime.

   We also arranged to have a Bounce House which being that the family had twin 4 year olds they immediately took to it and had a blast in. The Bounce House was graciously donated by BouncyHouses.com from Jupiter, FL.

   Once word got out we were approached by numerous news agencies who came with reporters, photographers and TV crews. It was a terrific time for all and the family had the time of their lives.
See below for links to news articles, radio interviews & TV stories on this event.

Here are some pictures from the Make-A-Wish event.

This is why we do what we do. 

A news crew from CBS12-TV and the Bounce House.

George having fun with our robots.

Is this kid cute or what? He was the best!!!!!

George checking out Parallax's "Scribbler" robot which they sent him as a gift.

George with the HighTechScience.org's WALL-E fully functional replica robot.

This is Thomas, George's twin brother who has Autism. He had a great time too.

Thomas & George with our robots having the times of their lives.

George with the Robotis "Bioloid" robot and of course WALL-E

Having fun with the HEX Bugs from Innovation First. He loved them.

He discovered how to turn the Hex Bug on by himself. Not bad for a 4 year old.

The smiling face of a kid whose wishes did come true.

Here is a letter we received from the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Several news agency's, radio stations and robot company's have done stories
and articles on the Make-A-Wish event. Click on the links to see, read & hear them.
Click to watch video
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102.7 FM Radio
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CBS 12 
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Palm Beach Post Newspaper
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Sun-Sentinel Newspaper
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Boca Raton Forum

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      The Chicago Tribune

HEX Bugs by Innovation First
HEX Bugs / Innovation First

The Orlando Sentinel
Robotic News.com
Robotics News.com
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Boca Raton News
  South Florida Parenting Magazine  

We would like to thank the following for their generous donations
that they sent to make the twins and the Jacobs family lives a little better:

Vex Robotics Parallax Inc.
Bouncy Houses.com Elenco Electronics

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Here are some of our Robots on display at the
South Florida Science Museum and other Venues.

Robby & the B9 on display at the museum.

R2D2 stands proudly at the museum
NBC's Willard Scott Visits Our Robots at the South Florida Science Museum
NBC's Willard Scott Visits Our Robots
"Star Trek's" Walter Koenig with our B9 Lost in Space Robot
Our B9 Robot with Walter Koenig
Star Trek's: Pavel Chekov
Barbara Luna with our B9 Lost in Space Robot
Our B9 Robot with Barbara Luna
Star Trek's: Marlena Moreau
Our WALL-E, RoboBoa, EVE and RoboQuad Robots
Our WALL-E, RoboBoa, EVE and RoboQuad Robots
Part of our Robot Collection
Part of the HighTechScience.org Robot Collection

"Lost in Space's" June Lockhart & Bob May (the Robot) visit
our robot collection at the
South Florida Science Museum
June Lockhart as Mrs. Robinson from "Lost in Space" Bob May the man in the "B9 Robot"

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