"The Kaiser: Target Acquisition and Rangefinding Artillery,"
by Christian Howard and Kevin Rigg (Award, Fall 1998).
Two infra-red detectors triangulate on a target to determine
position and range, a trajectory is calculated, and the air-powered
Kaiser "popcorn" launcher is adjusted in angle and puff strength.
"GI Bob: An obstacle-evading search and destroy tank in basic training,"
by Mike Lewis, Jose Otero and Martin Quinn (Fall 1998).
With sophisticated detectors, all-terrain tractor mobility, several
micro-processors and lots of "glitches," it had better stay