Delaware kicked off its 2016-17 FLL competition season last Saturday, December 10 with the annual qualifier event at Conrad School of Science and Technology in Wilmington. This year’s theme, Animal Allies, was on display with team projects and in the robot-based challenges. Fourteen teams competed for the title Champion, and seven were chosen to move ahead to compete at the Delaware State FLL Championship in Dover next February 25. More about upcoming qualifiers and the state Championship can be found here.
Team Rhyme Know Reason participated by providing demonstration and outreach to Delaware educators and business professionals at 2016 DE STEM Council Symposium held at University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall, talking with visitors about their program and their robot design process. FTC students are preparing for their first competition event next weekend in Ambler, PA.
The event is free and open to public. Info here.
More team info on their team Facebook page.
Don’t just relive history— reimagine it! Coming soon to high school robotics teams around the world, Steamworks. Does this mean we’ll see clockwork-robots with boilers instead of batteries?
Who knows? The challenge will be revealed in January 2017! The countdown has begun!