Videos From the 2015-16 Robotics Season

 

All teams entered in VEX Robotics competition constructed a robot to play the same game, "Nothing But Net."  The challenge was to build robots that autonomously shot balls into goals, and then under driver control gather balls from the playing field to score more points while also playing defense against opponents. The following videos demonstrate "Nothing But Net."

     

This video was taken at the North Union competition.

     
     

This video was taken during the Shelby Kehoe Competition where Team 598A won the Design Award clinching a spot at the U.S. Open HIgh School Robotics Championship.

 

This video was taken at the State High School Robotics Championship where Team 598A was named runner-up earning a place at the 2016 VEX WORLDS High School Robotics Championship

     
     

              This video above demonstrates a "lift," a move earning more points in competition.

     
     

 

Future Plans For The First LHS Robot

Team 598A's robot is now starting its "retired" life of STEM outreach according to Advisor Josh Miller. Elementary and middle school students will have the chance to operate it and ask the team questions about how it was built. Hopefully, this will inspire more students to become interested in STEM classes that will lead to future L-P robotics teams. The team is also open to giving demonstrations to other interested groups. Click on the image above and give it up for the first LHS Robot!