VEX Robotics Photography Challenge
Showcase youth using VEX to explore STEM. Compose a photograph that features one or more students working on a robot, testing, planning or celebrating your VEX team’s accomplishments. Use photography to tell the judges something about your own story of involvement on a competition team, in a classroom, or as a hobbyist working with VEX.
Noah Morgan, Jaleae Betts, Antonio Christian are potraying a classic day in the classroom, building and driving the VEX robots. Noah Morgan has Arthrogryposis yet excels in the classroom and is one of are best programers. Antonio Christian is one of are master biulders and is shown building a completely origonal robot for are upcoming competition. Jaleae Betts is driving an autobot that she build. The photograph was taken by Alex Burgess.
This picture symbolizes teamwork, where every team member worked together. The hands holding the robot show that each of us contributed, and that we wouldn't have the robot if not doing so. Instead of using five fingers, we used hands to symbolize that we are one unit with synergy and are not five different units.
After 9 hours of hard work, the Cyber Falcons 3623A won Programming Skills, Excellence Award, and Tournament Champions at the Bailey's Computer Clubhouse VEX Nothing But Net Competition in Falls Church, Virginia. This shows that with hard work and determination, anything can be accomplished.
After a long work full of fights and problems for two days in the CIRA (International Congress on Robotics and Automation, for ITS acronym in Spanish), a deserved victory was obtained, the Design Award, Which succeeded in Eliminating bitterness and join a single institution in a joy for the victory.
This picture is of the Viking Colt Robotics Club busy at work testing the robots on the field, and working on the robots off of the field. On the field is teams 8931A, 8931C, and 7784K. This picture was taken on January 12th, 2016. (Photo Credit: Skyler B. from team 8931A)
Team 6916C and Team 6916D prepairing for the finals match at Quinsigamon Community College. Our two teams worked together to design 2 catapults to compliment each other as alliances. Our hard work payed off as we were awarded tourniment champions.
Here's a photo where we were having a great time building our new robot, listening to Start Wars after also eating delicious cup cakes! Great time was had by all during the 4 hour build session.
The second image is from an earlier session where we were designing and prototyping ideas.
In our third year as an established Oswego VEX Robotics team, the gang enjoys a hard day of work together at a Sunday meeting to complete new projects of drive bases and subsystems, pushing to constantly improve our robots, our community, and ourselves.
This picture represents what I have made for my team. As you can see this robotic piece is the main part to helping our elevation lift be complete. Making sure it does not exceed the limits at the competition,we will assemble it in a way that it stays tight and attached to the robot so it doesn't over hang. There are two belts on either side of the robot giving more support to the platform. Our team is hoping that this lift will help defeat other teams and create a path for us to worlds.