C – Compact, R – Robust, S – Self, H – Homing, N – Non, T – Tipping, R – Robot. THE CRSHNTR competed in the 2021 OCCRA game, Soccer Shootout. Our robot uses PVC rollers along with polycord and AndyMark blue tread to intake the game pieces from the floor and advance them into the robot’s shooter. The robot subsequently scores the balls in the high goal.
Eve was set to compete in the Infinite Recharge FIRST competition. Her shooter has 243° of rotational freedom. The intake is a double roller design that has precision shooting. She can also deploy a custom-made six bar climbing mechanism to get climbing points at the end of the game.
Iron Golem competed in the Roll the Dice OCCRA competition. She uses a four-bar to lift the dice. Iron Golem is covered in LEDs, adding to her unique design.
Buzz competed in the Destination Deep Space game where he had to bring panels and balls to certain spots in the arena. At the end of the game, there is a bonus for climbing onto a platform, a capability which we put a lot of effort into.
This is our robot for the 2018 OCCRA competition. The goal is to take the ball that was thrown over the fence and then try to score. The top goal scores three points and the lower goal results in two points. Balls laying on your side of the fields add a point per ball.
Guido was the robot that was in the Power Up competition by FIRST. The point of the game was to pick up cubes to place them on either scales or switches, both earning a point.
Louis Armstrong was the robot that was used in the “Trash Jam” Competition. The game involved trash cans, colored balls, and recycling. More specifically grabbing trash cans and dropping colored balls that were picked up prior to then into it.
The 2017 FIRST competition was STEAMworks. Chick Hicks needed to pick up a gear and then place it on an elevator. This gives sixty points. The point of the game is to score gears in order to prepare the Airship for “Takeoff”.
This is the Go 4 It game that Alcatraz competed in. The point of the game was to pick up balls and then drop them in a crate to play “connect four”
Thomas The Train
This was the STRONGHOLD competition. Thomas the train needed to pick up the balls and go to the tower. There, Thomas The Train could either score in the top goal for five points or the lower goal for two points.
This is Emmet and he competed in the 2014 FIRST competition, aerial assist. The point of the game is to pick up the balls and either score in the low goal that gives one point or shoot in the top goal that gives ten points. If you assist the other robots you get extra points.