The robots have taken over central Georgia, but there's no need for panic. It's all a part of Georgia FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), a robotics competition for high school students.
Sunday was the final day of action for the Georgia Southern Classic at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry.
"They were given a challenge the first weekend in January at a kickoff even for FIRST," says Georgia FIRST robotics director Connie Haynes. "We kind of like to say have the event, hold the event, and they will come, and we've seen Perry come out in a big way. So, you're seeing that culmination of the robots that they've built, designed, and programmed."