Meet The Robots

2012-Rebound-Rumble

2012 Rebound Rumble:

Alliances and their robots attempt to score basketballs into hoops at the ends of the field. There is one low hoop, two middle hoops, and one high hoop, and each had a different amount of points for scoring in them. At the end of the match, robots try to balance the tilting bridges in the center of the field to score additional points. Human players may signal to their drivers to assist in scoring.

Our Robot:

Our Events: Granite State Regional, Boston Regional

2011-Logo Motion

2011 Logo Motion:

Alliances and their robots pick up inner tubes shaped like the parts of the FIRST logo. To score points, robots place their tubes on racks at the ends of the field. At the end of the match, robots deploy “mini-bots” to climb a tower in the center of the field. Human players either threw or dropped tubes onto the field for the robots to score.

Our Robot:

Our Events: Finger Lakes Regional, Boston Regional

2010-Breakaway

2010 Breakaway:

Alliances and their robots shoot soccer balls into goals on either end of the field to score points. To get around the field, robots could either go under a tunnel in the center of the field, or go over “bumps” on either side of the tower. At the end of the match, robots attempt to climb the tower in the center of the field.

Our Robot:

Our Events: Granite State Regional, Boston Regional, Atlanta World Championship

2009-Lunacy

2009 Lunacy:

Alliances and their robots collect and carry “moon” balls in trailers they drag behind them. During the matches, the robots try to score the balls in the other alliances trailers. Human players deliver the balls to their robots.

Our Robot:

Our Events: Boston Regional, Philadelphia Regional

2008-Overdrive

2008 Overdrive:

Alliances and their robots race to complete laps around the field, driving around a central barrier while carrying 40 inch “Trackballs”. By carrying the Trackballs over and under overpasses, teams score additional points.

Our Robot:

Our Events: Granite State Regional, Boston Regional

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