- We’re learning about programming BoeBots today ow.ly/i/7i0hJ #omgrobots #KCVI our preseason challenge starts Nov 3 2 days ago
- Things proven today:3D printed parts can hold water! ow.ly/i/7e1QY #NotAGameHint #WaterproofTheBoebots #omgrobots #watergame 1 week ago
We worked today to program BoeBots.
We’re working on making the presentation have a hook to engage the audience at the start, because the excitement of a presentation tends to go down over time.
We heard about Chairman’s presentations from some of our alumni.
Our business group has been busy writing our newsletter.
The kickoff to our preseason challenge will be November 3rd.
You will work in teams, and have 6 weeks to defeat the challenge. We’re working with BOE bots this week, so you don’t want to miss it!
Stay tuned for game hints…
We’re looking forward to build season, and to get in the spirit we’re going through the process of how to design, wire, and program a chassis. Of course, we’ll be building a different version during build season, but it’s good to get everyone up to speed on the process now.
Our business team started the process of creating our newsletter and we made plans for upcoming sponsor interactions.
As an entire gro
Chairman’s is moving along too. Ideas are being synthesized, and essay structures are being mulled over.
As a whole group we spent time working with CAD. We’re going to use it to 3-D print parts for our pre-season challenge (which kicks off Nov 3).
We also learned how to wire a breadboard to make LEDs blink.
As we left today we were given fish fry tickets to sell.
We continue to learn new skills each week to prepare ourselves for the preseason challenge, and also for build season. See you all next Monday.
Note: We’re looking for a student who is keen to take charge of two videos: storyboarding, filming, editing for our reveal video and also for our chairman’s. If you know anyone who would be a good match for this job, introduce them to Mr. Wood/Ms. Bearse.