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.
This robotics competitor is building what will soon be a base. In the after school hours early in the week in the nook of Woodbridge Senior High School's robotics organization, this picture epitomizes the focus and attention to detail present in the work of a true VEX robotics competitor.
Our team, 8931A, pulled off a high hang at the Rock & Roll & Robots VRC Qualifier in Seattle, WA, winning us the match! Pictured is Jordan, Ryan, and Andrew. I choose this photo because our hanging mechanism which is efficient and reliable is the key to our team's success.
This photograph was taken in our class during a break to document our daily activities, something which we all forget to do every now and then. The reason this photograph was chosen is because it personifies our struggles as a team, and at the same time our strengths. In the summer, in preparation for the upcoming school year, our instructor showed us a series of videos of what it truly means to be a designer, which is what we all are when it comes to the robotics competition as a whole. Being a designer is having the ability to learn from failure, and to then correct that failure, as many...
This shows my team, 180, practicing for a skills run at a recent competition in which we demonstrated team work. The reason this photo was selected from the others is because I think this one captures our team functioning together as one singular unit to complete our tasks.