VRC Promote Award Online Challenge
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.
"Mastering Design" - 5S
Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhU8cNeyxzo
Video Description: Team 5S from Ravenna High School has decided to create its first ever entry for the 2018-2019 VRC Promote Award Online Challenge. Our team has always stressed the importance of using an effective design process to overcome challenges faced in robotics within our club. But why stop stressing its importance within our organization? Many teams involved in VEX Robotics don't realize the importance...
We are a competitive VEX Robotics team from Collierville High School, composed of five sophomores and one junior. Our mission is to succeed by excelling at our own individual roles and working efficiently as a team, while also branching out to learn new skills through mentorship within our program. Additionally, we strive to ignite a passion for STEM and robotics in other students through community outreach. As we accomplish this, our team will give back to the VEX community by sharing our discoveries and experiences, completing the design process.
This is our Online Challenge VRC Promote. This is 1073D E-LEMON-ATORS video - Turn the Point, watch and enjoy this united team showing their skills to the world. you should perhaps Turn the Point too you know!
" When life gives you LEMONS make LEMONADE" - 1073D
We are Team 750R, the Royals: a VEX Robotics team from South Brunswick High School. We have members ranging from 10th to 12th grade, however we are all rookies. Being so inexperienced has caused us some difficulties; however, through hard work, teamwork, and dedication we have created something we can be truly proud of. This video shows our journey, and we hope to inspire other teams, especially other rookies. We want the VEX community to know that just because your first robot, or your first several do not look or perform as well as you would like, you will always be able to improve.
We are Team 41091A. Last year we competed with our school under 48375A. One of our team members moved into High School this year and we found ourselves without a team, so we created a home team. Our team members all attend schools in the 41091 zip code so we decided to look to see if that number was a available and it was. Our team members include: Austin, 7th grade & Logan, 8th grade at Ballyshannon MS,Landen, 8th...
Team 24A (Super Sonic Sparks) is sponsored by Sparks 4-H Tech Club in Westminster, Maryland, USA. 4-H emphasizes serving others, thus we promote and teach about robotics through demonstrations to the public, serve as club mentors, and volunteer at robotics competitions. As members of 4-H, we “learn by doing” and strive “to make the best better.”
Team 6277C has been on a journey this fall to design a robot for Turning Point. The journey has been amazing. We have learned so much. We were have been able to take our skills from our robotics coursework and apply them to this years design challenge. Our submission video tries to convey two things: 1) the design process; brainstorming, prototyping, testing, redesigning, and integration to a complete robot, and 2) the emotional aspect of the process for our team members. We tried to produce the highest quality video that we could.
Meet my family is team 4073 G's robot point of view of processing throughout the year, showing our team working and improving, making decisions as a team and seeing new member of the Vex Jets. All of the experience of the older members have helped new Vex Jets learn all of the terms and parts and how to make a working.
96498A - [Cu]riosity
What is Vex Robotics?
Vex Robotics has a profound impact on the lives of everybody who undertakes the program.
For us, VEX is more than just robotics, and more than just a competition, its a way of uniting people and forming unbreakable bonds and friendships which last for life.
We hope you enjoy learning about what VEX has done for us, and the impact that it's had on our lives.
On behalf of the Copperfield College Robotics Team, we hope you enjoy the video, and learn...
My promotional video recounting my personal experience entering Vex and finding a new passion in robotics this year. Being a student more inclined towards history, I had to combine these two interests, so I modeled my first robot after WWI's British Mark V Tank. After finishing my first rough robot, I wanted to go bigger- so I implemented all elements of the 2018-19 game, Turning Point, into my tank, maintaining its key aesthetic. I walked away from my first competition with a Create award, which only further motivated me for my future with vex and...