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Photo Brief – Red Bull Flugtag

The team competing for the College of Engineering at the Red Bull Flugtag competition, which will be held Nov. 3 at Bayfront Park, works on their contraption. The UM team’s theme is “Angry Birds” after the popular smartphone application. Holly Bensur // Contributing Photographer

Junior mechanical engineer Matthew Vautrain uses a box cutter to help finish designing a pig. Flugtag requires teams to build flying contraptions that cover a certain area without the aid of a motor. Points are given for creativity and distance flown.  Holly Bensur // Contributing Photographer

October 29, 2012

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