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.
This photo depicts two members of 5150G, Muqsith Rafi and Andrei Durante, working on building the drive train for their robot on a chilly afternoon on December 2, 2017 in the robotics workshop of their high school. This conveys idea of building a strong base before programming.
Robotics isn't only about science and technology, but also about learning lessons that will impact our lives and our community in the future.
Director: Nima Zareian
Producer: Todd Ablett
Editor: Nima Zareian
Assistant Director: Stephanie Chow & Katherine How
This year, Parkview High School for the very first time has decided to enter in the 2017 REC Foundation Challenge: VEX Robotics Competition Promote Award. Over the past few years, we have enjoyed each and every tournament, late night build day, and stripped screw (Well... maybe not the last one). VEX Robotics has given us the opportunity to connect with brilliant people from around the world as well as build to our heart's content. This program offers us a chance to not only discover our passion but also...
Этот проект был создан для того , чтобы робот мог видеть при помощи camera 360 - для более точного его перемещения и ориентирования в пространстве. Также Мы создали модель дисплея на котором будет отображаться всё то , что происходит вокруг камеры. Дисплей будет крепится на пульте управления при помощи держателя. С помощю этой камеры робот сможет видеть там, куда не может попасть человек.
Meet the Knights Robotics Team! A hardworking group of students that work hours every week enhancing their robot for competition. This video shows the inspiration and motivation the team has in their approach to engineering and why they continue to be participate in a field they love.
Our movie is made with all the fun and teamwork robotics consists of... We wanted to show that robotics is not only about gears and metal pieces, hard work, responsibility, teamwork and creativity. We also have lots and lots of FUN. (Can you imagine a world without fun? Because we can't...) We began filming this video at the end of past season, that's why some of the girls are no longer with us, but in a way they are still part of the team, because we are not just a team, we are a family!
Team members: Xime, Sofi, Helena, Guera, Rige, Codi, Joanna.
The Robotics Association at UW-Milwaukee is a VEX U team from Milwaukee, WI. We are a not-for-profit organization that strives to solve complex problems and create competitive robots through science, technology, engineering, and business principles. We aim to allow students with a passion for robotics an opportunity to express it. Our Promote Award submission gives a brief overview of the various aspects of our team as well as our strong involvment the community.
This video is currently up for use to promote our team and show the building process. Made by the Middle School Students of Lakeview. This is also made in the Robotics 2 class and followed up by the procedures our teacher has set. Zip code and Address and guardian permission has been given through the submission form.