VEX IQ Challenge Promote Award
This is your big chance to tell us how great your team is! Be creative and have fun making a video which shows one or more of these parts of building VEX IQ Challenge robots:
- Why other youth would love building robots and should start a team or join your team
- What your team does
- How you design and build your robot
- What you learn from the VEX IQ Challenge
You will see the rules for the challenge below, but the most important thing is to get people excited about what your team does!
The Farmington High School Robotics Team was a club last year. It was our first year building with the VEX Robotics parts, we were all super excited! We had many ideas on how to tackle the building for the competition, but we just couldn't seem to make the parts fit the way we needed them to. It was a struggle from building with LEGO MIndstorms to go into building with the VEX parts. With only three people on the team, and with only meeting 2 days a week after school, we didn't get much done. So we went off of the original Clawbot design provided in the instructions, we made our...
The video shows all the things that we have learned in Vex Iq. Of course is about mathematics, science and technology but for us is more. Its about leadership, problem solving, decision making, team work, building our self-esteem, been known in our school community as the "robotics kids". Through the years we have built a strong friendship. We hope you can see that in our video. Been in VEX IQ means a lot stress but it also mean FUN, FUN AND MORE FUN. We hope you enjoy it, as much as we did while doing it!
- Team members: María Paola... Read more
Hello, everybody! We are Next Storm!
We are the robot society from Yuanling Primary School which was founded in 2011.
We have the most excellent teachers’ team and fraternal members.
We united as one to resolve the problems. We also have the tradition to help each other any time.
We are doing the robot design, assembling, programming and debugging together.
We experience interest in challenging difficulties, surpassing ourselves and cooperation with each other.
We discuss here, we study here
We discuss here, we do...
This is the promote video for team 3333J "UnBeeliveable", part of the Bumble Bees VEX IQ robotics program at Notre Dame Marist Academy in Pontiac, Michigan.
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VEX IQ Team 359a believes that robotics is formed around three words: teamwork, commitment, and responsibility. As a team we have worked and overcome many obstacles together. Our...
This is our promotional video of our team, the RoboCrafters(10016S). Our team is made up of brothers Logan and Lucas Parlato and was started in 2014. We live in Leesburg, FL.
Competing through the Vex IQ challenges have taught us many things, most importantly, sportsmanship and how to get along with each other.
This video highlights our past season as well as our current season. We have been working with a local robotics club that just started as well as an elementary school to share our experiences and help them improve their designs.
Our team wanted to attract media attention to robotics; so we decided to demonstrate to the world that not only is robotics exciting, fun and a "ton" of learning; but also its a "class act"! Most teams express themselves by wearing very cool T shirts, but we decided to be different and dress in a way that was a bit more professional, yet still cool! We want to communicate that our robotics team is all about uppromoting robotics to help serve, protect and defend the world! Weather it be men, women or even alien, robotics is for...
We are from a small town in Hawaii called Waialua. Through our experiences we learned to collaborate with other teams at competitions. We've learned how to talk to judges at our competitions. We've helped out in our school's community events, like Surf Sample Sale, where we raised $113 for Shriner Hospital's neuroprosthetic program. We learned to use a 3D printer and assemble the things we printed. We learned how to program, research, build and drive....