VEX Photography Online Challenge Sponsored by VEX Robotics
The VEX Photography Online Challenge was introduced in 2015 and received 196 submissions. Since then, this challenge continues to receive the most Online Challenge submissions every season. In this challenge, students submit a photo that best represents what they love about being involved in robotics. The challenge is to upload just one photograph that tells a complete story, focusing on a favorite aspect of VEX IQ Challenge, VRC or VEX U. The chosen photo should convey an emotion, specifically the feeling you experience when you are doing what you love most.
This photograph with these stunning trophies that our leaders have won, is not a dream for us as a team it’s the reality. Representing that us as a team have the duty to take our school to victory! If the past has done it now we have to do the same thing. They worked hard, stressed, angry & not taking a blink. All of that paid off look at them leading the path of success. Now 1073D we have to do the same thing, it’s all on our hands to do the legacy dreams.
“If not us, who? If not now, when?
-John F. Kennedy
"A Portrait Of A Young Roboticist" is photograph of our teammate Isabelle. When we shoot this photograph Isabelle was so focused on working on the robot that she did not even notice we were taking it. The frame of the photograph is an old base of an earlier model of our robot. This symbolizes the ever-changing innovation of robots and also the beauty of (wo)man and man-made creations.
Stevenson High School's Vex Robotics Club Skyrise and the club has been incredibly successful with many awards and world championships! However, our club's main focuses are hard work, respect, and friendliness, which are all demonstrated throughout our website. Thanks!
Enjoy the photo, which truly demonstrates our hard work and passion for robotics!
After many years of being a part of Vext IQ roboitics we have found that to be productive builders it is very important to keep all our parts organized. We have several tool boxes with individual compartments that we can arrange in a circle around us for easy access to the parts we need! This allows us to build robots more efficiently with less mess all over the living room! The only challenge we have is how to keep the cat from lying on the pieces.