EMC Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge
This challenge is to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – your VEX Robotics Competition, VEX U, or VEX IQ Challenge team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future. In short, build a website that tells the world how great youth robotics is and how special your program is. You are encouraged to promote all the STEM activities in which your robotics program participates (VRC, BEST, Botball, FIRST, TSA, PLTW, SKILLS USA, SKILLS Canada, underwater robotics, workshops, camps, math competitions, bridge building, solar-powered cars, etc.)
This is the second year that team 8931A has participated in the RECF club website online challenge. In 2015 this website won 3rd place in the club website online challenge. The Viking Colt Robotics club has been established since 2012, and the website has been online since 2014.
We are The Infinities, a five person VEX team. Our goal is to document our ideas so other teams can see our process and maybe learn a few ideas. We record meeting summaries each week on our blog and post pictures of the evolution of our robot. This is our first year competing in the website challenge as we built the website this summer. Check out are website. Thanks :)
Our website: http://www.theinfinities.com/
Cornerstone Robotics North exists to involve homeschooled students, grades elementary through 12th grade, in STEM education and competitive robotics. CRN was established in 2012 and is a sister branch of Cornerstone Robotics. The program has weekly meetings for their robotics teams. This season, 2015-2016, CRN has 3 teams, 323M Shadow (IQ), 323S Skyhawk (IQ), 323Z Aftershock (VRC).
Cornerstone Robotics North has the most well-known social media in the world of competitive VEX robotics. They boast the #1 team YouTube channel (740+ subscribers) and a top 10 Facebook...
Our innovations club recently assembled in Brazil is hard work to intensify the implementation of projects in communities and educational projects.
We have a team of mentors who actively participate in technological activities even as the VEX World Championship makes us increasingly grow with their challenges implemented each season. For this to pass spread throughout Brazil initialize a club which enables many students to know these technologies the possibilities for the stimulation of STEM activities.
The website first opens us on the home page that portrays the most recent news of our team, and pictures of previous competitions entered.
The next tab is about us, our members; business team, design and build team, and the programming team. The tab also includes information on our mentors and advisors, and our school Pearl City High School.
The next tab is about our vex program, it shows all the different games that we participated in. Under the different games are the numerous competitions, explaining where it was, whcih team entered and what...
We are Renegade Robotics, Team 1666. We are an all-girls team based in Menlo Park, California.Our website describes our design process through blog posts and details on the construction and programming of our robot. It also has helpful checklists you can use for your own team, and shows how we've done in the competitions we've been to so far. We had so much fun making this website, and we hope you enjoy it.
Based in Auckland, New Zealand, Lynfield College Robotics started off in 2008 when VEX was first introduced in New Zealand. Since then we’ve grown massively, in numbers, experiences and achievements and we’d love to share all of that on an open platform. Click the link below to check it out! :)
CMAss Robotics Team, established in 2008, is formed by CMA Secondary School from Hong Kong. We are dedicated to fostering a passion for STEM concepts (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) through participating in annual locally and internationally recognized robotics competition each year.