VEX Robotics Competition Promote Award
The Promote Award is presented to a VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) or VEX U team that has created and submitted an outstanding promotional video. The goal of this video is to help the team introduce itself in the community, to help recruit new students and mentors, and to gain support for the team. This video may be about the team, the program, the competition, the design and build process, the robot itself, or any theme the team believes can help promote its VEX Robotics program in their community.
Here is our video for the 2017 VEX Robotics Promote Award Challenge! We are a team based out of Hereford High School in northern Maryland. We love robotics and enjoy the competition part of it.
The video we created and edited shows our team members and our daily tasks as young engineers in the VEX Robotics Competition. It demonstrates our hardwork and habilities as well as our voluntary work. We hope you find our video intriguing and that our hardwork impact you.
We are VEX JETS Team #4073B. We are located in Quartz Hill, CA and have a total of 24 team members spread across our three teams, #4073A, B, and G. Our VEX program utilizes teamwork to complete several necessary tasks such as 3D modeling and assembling in Autodesk Inventor, programming in RobotC, and building the robot itself. The most important topic to us however, is fun; without the enjoyment of the activity, we would never be where we are today as a class, with several years of accomplishments and awards under our...
Lynfield College Promote Video 2017 | 2915E.
Vex Robotics is an exciting robotics platform, in which Lynfield College robotics have achieved many great feats over the years. In this video, we talk about what Vex robotics is, how Lynfield College has succeeded in robotics over the years, and what we and many others can take away from Vex.
Filmed on the Sony A7S II, with the 24-70mm f/4 lens.
Team 2915E, Lynfield College,...
In this quick video, some of our H.E.A.T. (Hornet Engineering and Technology) crew tell about their H.E.A.T. and VEX Robotics experiences, encouraging others to embark on STEM adventures of their own.
As always, you can keep up with our activities on our site -
Make it Happen.
Robotics has given me an outlet to relax and work during the late nights waiting for my blood sugar to maintain a steady level. Vex is a large part of who I am today and I am grateful for the opportunity to work and compete with such amazing team members. We hope to inspire others to overcome their personal challenges through Vex Robotics.
We did not know what VEX robotics was at the beginning of the year. We quickly realized it was bigger than we could have imagined. So many roles to fill, so many jobs to do, so many things to create, build, fix, and frustrate you. You experience organized chaos during the tournaments. After all is said and done, we had fun, learned a lot, and built a foundation in STEM that we cannot wait to expand.
This video is a snip-it of what happens in our lives with VEX robotics.
Each day we are asked "What is VEX?" VEX is robotics, but to us VEX is so much more. We decided to make a video to walk you through and explain what VEX robotics is all about and what VEX means to us.
Each of us play an important role for the overall success of our team - 1338G White H.E.A.T. I hope this video helps explain what we do, and why we cannot get enough VEX.
Robot Life is the submitted entry for team number 4073G of the VEX Jets. This promo explores life through the robot's eyes during different periods of time as the Starstruck season progresses. Robot Life portrays the difficulty and hardships teams are bound to face throughout an entire season of VEX. However, it also portrays that when a team assesses their problem(s) accordingly and put lots of hard work into fixing or solving that problem as a whole: not only are their efforts paid off but their potential subsequently increases as well.
This promotional video we will have various team members speaking about vex. We demonstrate how the competition is structured and what vex is about. In addition we give it our own personal touch by explaining how our team came to be and how vex helps us grow individually and as a community. We show ourselves working passionately on our robot, so we are sure that you'll love vex as much as we do.
This is the final year of the Astrobotz. :( To end strong, we wanted to try something a little different than what we've done for the past two years. We wanted to thank Vex for all the best memories and expierences we've had in robotics. Hope you enjoy. :)
In our video, we wanted to inform other schools that are possibly considering to make a robotics team, all of the valuable skills you learn. We wanted to first show the stereotypical “mentality” a robotics team (build, compete, and win), through this video you see the different skills you pick up on through the years. We wanted to promote that robotics is not just for winning, but there's so much more to it. From perseverance, improvement, and communication, you see all of the life skills you will obtain through a VEX experience. Also we wanted to show all of the...