This past Monday, the team visited with Armstrong Elementary’s SAC students. We took both this year’s robot and the Angry Nerd from last year.
Both robots were received very well, and the kids had a lot of questions for us! They seemed very interested in robotics and impressed by our presentation. We also shared information about the FLL programs they can join, and generally raised interest in STEM programs.
They had a lot of fun, and we had a great time there!
First and foremost thank you to all the teams that participated in this year’s Underground Society of Animators Award! The judges at Theory Animation were very impressed with all the submissions and we are happy to announce the winners for each category:
Technical Award Winner: Team 008
Creative Award Winner: Team 1720
Judge’s Award Winner: Team 250
Honorable Mention Winners: Teams 1094, 166, 111, 694, 178
Congratulations to all the winners and we’d like to give a huge thank you to our supporters of the award Theory Animation and AutomationDirect! We couldn’t have done it without you.
To see all the submissions check out our YouTube Channel!
Winning teams should have received an email from firstname.lastname@example.org. If you won and did not receive this email please contact us ASAP.
Thank you to the fourteen teams that entered our competition this year! We’re very impressed with the submissions and we know our judges are excited to see them as well. We will announce winners by the end of April 25, 2015.
Make sure to check out our YouTube Channel to see all the submissions! We will be publishing them here soon: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxH1R4h1S-bqmbbtEHo9XjA/feed
For those who haven’t heard yet, this past weekend Epsilon Delta competed at the Greater DC Regional where we competed with 47 other FRC teams from all over (even as far as Brazil) and became regional finalists.
Continue reading DC Regional Recap — Regional Finalists!
This past weekend Epsilon Delta competed at the FRC Orlando Regional hosted at the University of Central Florida, and although the over 26 hours of bus riding was a bit tiresome it was all worth it for such a memorable trip.
Continue reading Orlando Regional Recap
Pre-Match & Post-Match
The robot teetered dangerously at the edge of the cliff, and the investigators looked on with apprehension. “I feel like we should maybe do something about that,” Speedy said hesitantly.
Continue reading Game Manual Update Ep 12:The Intrepid Investigative Duo Makes a Small Mistake
Team Intrepid Investigative Duo Update Schedule
Lately the Intrepid Investigative Duo had been in the midst of some very fluctuating weather. It had just become too cold. So they decided it was vacation
time. Since vacations in lovely, warm places are for relaxing, updates will now only come on Tuesdays. 🙁
Continue reading Game Manual Update Ep 11: The Intrepid Investigative Duo: All Good Things Must Get Hit By A Bus
[all hail frank and everything he has to say]
Michigan D̠̣ͅi̸̥̮͉͕s̨͖̜͕̹trict Championships will be run a bit differently than other places.We made some meanings cl͓̦̘̗͙̕e͙͔͉͘a̳̣̻͢rer (like, intentional
damage to litter is against the rules, accidentally is OK).
Continue reading Game Manual Update 10: The Intrepid Investigators Attend a Party No One Asked For
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It’s st̪̫̹ǫ̦̞̘̦p build day!!! Good luck w̮̗̤̟ͅr͕͇̹͕͙̤͍a͇̩p̗ping up build season AND your robot!!! Take a well deserved break before competition!!!
Hi Teams! In a few w͍͕e͕̲̯e͍͕ks you’ll see a few tweaks to the rules, as a result of Week 0 observations, the Q&A, (and hey nice tethered
rob͕̠̺͖̕o̵̰͍t! Real sweet, dudes) but not very significant changes.
Continue reading Game Manual Update Ep 9:The Intrepid Investigative Duo: The Hit List Thins
Heads Up On Grounded Encoder
“Really, Speedy? Did you have to kill her?” Straws stood over the dead body, disappointed with her partner. “And I thought I was supposed to be the dramatic one.”
Continue reading Game Manual Update Ep 8: The Intrepid Investigative Duo: Over My Dead Body