MuSHR Donation Program
Welcome to the MuSHR Donation Program application form,
The purpose of the MuSHR Donation Program is to make the MuSHR platform available to interested parties who would otherwise not have the means of building the cars themselves, with priority given to schools, groups, and labs whose members are underrepresented in robotics and do not have the financial means to purchase a car themselves.
We hope this will encourage motivated students, teachers, researchers, and makers to take the MuSHR platform and apply it in exciting new ways. We have a limited number of available robots so read carefully and answer the questions below to the best of your ability.
If you are interested in using MuSHR for research, education or tinkering purposes and would like to be considered as a candidate for car donation please fill in the form bellow. We will consider any application, but prioritize groups, labs, schools, etc. that may not otherwise have access to physical robots or list (in last question of section 2) themselves as underrepresented in robotics and explain why purchasing MuSHR is financially not feasible. This form is also intended to collect information about potential use-cases of the MuSHR platform for research and education.
If you have any questions about the application or whether you qualify, reach out to
with the subject "MuSHR Grant".
MuSHR is a low-cost, open-source robotic racecar platform for education and research, developed by the Personal Robotics Lab in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. MuSHR aspires to contribute towards democratizing the field of robotics as a low-cost platform that can be built and deployed by following detailed, open documentation and do-it-yourself tutorials. MuSHR is a valuable asset for academic research labs, robotics instructors, and robotics enthusiasts.
NOTE: We cannot ship internationally due to concerns with the robot not making it through the shipping process
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