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.
While teaching my team how to reassemble our six bar lift. Our new Principle, Mr. Finkbiner stopped by to learn about VEX. It was a great opportunity for our new team members and our administrator to learn together. Robotics helps bring people of all ages together. VEX Robotics Rules!
The picture shows two students finalising their robot at the 2016 NZ Vex IQ Nationals. This demonstrates that quick finalisation done at competitions need teamwork and perseverance. Leadership skills play a significant role in robotics, being able to quickly solve problems and guiding team mates on solving the robot's issues saves a vast amount of time. Overall, understanding that having more hands working on a robot reduces a huge workload and so, increases time efficiency and the outcome.
Here are Felix, Imanol and Ivan. We are brothers and team #10154 A, Flare2Vex. We took this photo at our house where we do our building, programing, engineering notebook and much more. Here we showcase how fun the Vex IQ program is for all three of us!
Competition requires hard work and dedication for the innovation. Established in 2016, Manana Elementary is learning STEM skills learned from mentors. With an open mind to new things the team won the excellence and stem research award. This isn’t the end, they are more determined to learn even more.
Weeks before our second competition, Tuan, Brian, and I were assembling the claw for our robot. I choose this photo because it depicts us learning from one another. Everyday we learn something new, whether it’s from our instructors or peers. Three heads are better than one in completing an obstacle.
VEX wasn’t a regualer competition, It is more than that . All the team worked together in a collaborator way. the training place became like a family gathering place (VEX family) we work, have fun, eat and spend good time together beside learning. working in VEX didn’t relate on the vex robotics competition only. and these are VEX Family at football match with robotics.
Welcome to our Family....
“This is the most important picture to me. It shows Andrew and I putting our ideas and building skills together to create the mechanism we are proudest of, our pole lift. This picture reminds me of what we can accomplish if we work together.”-Jacob Stern
Robotics are designed for a realistic gaming and training experience with high-technology and extensive functionality. the most excited thing as making integration between robotics and every thing in the word. so, I brought the robot with me to play a first football match with my friends . it is more fun
Four + Two Bar
This is a picture of two of our team members (Jonah Combs and Curtis Ray) working on our tower and arms for our robot, the arm we are building in this is a four bar, we inevitably changed it from a four bar to a six bar, as the six bar would give us more reach, as with the four bar we struggled to get over the high wall.
Why: We love this picture because it showcases our team's achievement.
Who: Mackenzie Dyson, Olivia Hantz, Yeju Kim, and Callie Nicewonger (and our coaches)
What: This is all of us celebrating our Excellence Award.
When: January 7, 2017
Where: Manassas Park Middle School in Manassas Park, Virginia
Concept: Science and robotics is not just for boys because four girls (us) won the Excellence Award.
Finding my identity
I'm excited to go on VEX Robotics Photography Challenge and take advantages, the competition is not the only challenge and I work for winning, but I'm interested in spending my time to learn something new, have fun, and work. The best preparation for tomorrow is doing our best today. #We_can