Renaissance Robotics News
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on October 13, 2014 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
Renaissance Robotics is hosting a couple of hangouts on the Tec Network this Friday
Tips for the judges' Interview - Fri, October 17, 1:30 PM EDT
Scouting - Fri, October 17, 2:30 PM EDT
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on October 12, 2014 at 10:05 AM||comments (0)|
Great Tweet by Roboticon Tampa Bay - We didn't know they didn't have the Roboticon Challenge at this event last year. Pretty neat to find out we were the first winners.
Roboticon Tampa Bay @RobotiConTampa · 13h 13 hours ago
Congratulations FTC @Team5937 , the 1st winnners of the 1st ever ROBOTICON Challenge, sponsored by @BocaBearing! http://ow.ly/i/7bYru
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on September 30, 2014 at 5:20 PM||comments (0)|
We entered. Now we wait. Good Luck to All the Teams!
What we had to do:
A link to a https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCfO7b49PAI" target="_blank">3 minute video on YouTube or Vimeo, and
An essay of 500 words or less addressing one of the three challenges listed.
Community Service – How does your team serve back in your community? We’re especially interested in STEM related community service, but are happy to see any of your projects.
Up to $500 in Boca Bearings Products.
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on September 14, 2014 at 7:15 AM||comments (0)|
Renaissance Robotics has been helping out with some projects for Nightmares at the Majestic. We've arranged for discount tickets for any FIRST team brave enough to attend.
Nightmares at the Majestic Discount Tickets -
Discount code for FIRST teams and friends when you order online and use the promotional code - Nightmares5937.
Saves $1 off each ticket - for a great team building expierence.
Code - Nightmares5937
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on August 30, 2014 at 6:00 PM||comments (0)|
Orlando Science Schools
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on August 19, 2014 at 7:25 PM||comments (0)|
Had an awesome meeting with Alan and Drew. Showed them the projects we've been working on for Nightmares at the Majestic. We love that they have included us in this project, we're learning a lot - everything from business plans to real world applications for what we do in FIRST.
One thing we did't expect is that they'd like up to come to the kick-off party this weekend. We always thought this was for adults only!
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on August 17, 2014 at 5:10 PM||comments (0)|
Adam, Morgan & Rhiannon attended a training class on Adobe Premiere in anticipation of this years video needs. They're excited to put the newly learned software to use.
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on June 30, 2014 at 2:55 PM||comments (0)|
If you're a fan of "Bob, the Severed Arm", you'll love this.
Renaissance Robotics is so excited to have a small part in getting this productions props, robotics and automations ready for the October opening. Working with AEO Studios, allows us to stretch our skill set and have a real world application for things we've learned in FIRST.
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on June 11, 2014 at 2:05 PM||comments (0)|
Renaissance Robotics is excited to be working with Apopka's New Journey Youth Center (NJYC) for 8 weeks this summer.
At NJYC, we will te
ach their first ever STEM and Robotics program. This program is completely designed and presented by us - by kids, for kids! Our program includes an Engineering Encounters Bridge Design Contest that will prepare them for the national and local competition next year.
Renaissance Robotics had five members, (Adam, Gwen, Jesse, Morgan & Rhiannon), who competed in the National Engineering Encounters Bridge Design Contest contest this year and were eligible for the local competition. The top 10 teams get to compete locally for prizes. Adam and Rhiannon split the 3rd place $100 prize at the local level. Morgan ranked 4th. One of our outreach goals for the 2014-2015 season is to increase the number of kids competing in the Engineering Ecounters Bridge Contest, which is why we are excited to bring this program to New Journey Youth Center.
In addition to the Engineering Encounters Bridge Design competition, we will also be presenting robotics, personal development, paper towers, chocolate ashalt, city design, chess, and more!
NJYC gives every teen a voice and has become a place of refuge, support and guidance for many local teems. NJYC's mission is to provide teens with useful life resources they will need to become successful, self sufficent, and a valuable asset to society.
|Posted by 5937 Renaissance Robotics on May 31, 2014 at 7:35 PM||comments (0)|
Renaissance Robotics had five members, (Adam, Gwen, Jesse, Morgan & Rhiannon), who competed in the National Engineering Encounters Bridge Design Contest contest online this year and were eligible for the local competition at the University of Central Florida.
The top 10 teams get to compete locally for prizes. Adam and Rhiannon split the 3rd place $100 prize at the local level. Morgan ranked 4th. The brothers who took 1st and 2nd were very gracious, and even gave us tips on how to improve for next year.