This is Exothermic Robotics' second year with an official club website. Team 10C (Creation) plans to continue updating and improving the website!
In 2016, Exothermic team 10A planned on making a website, although they ultimately did not make one. This year, Exothermic team 10C decided to make a website for not only the Online Challenge, but also for the club as a whole. This will be Exothermic Robotics' first club website!
Exothermic Robotics is one of the longest-standing VEX robotics club in Washington State. The club focuses on providing the infrastructure and resources necessary for teams to succeed in VEX Robotics Competitions. Our teams have competed in Worlds multiple times and have performed exceedingly well. This website focuses on presenting our prestigious history and support network to prospective members!
This is a short video outlining the various community outreach activities Exothermic Robotics Team 10C (Creation) has participated in. Some of their most notable accomplishments include giving a presentation at a local library regarding their journey through VEX IQ as well as volunteering at schools to help with their robotics program.
"We are team 10C Exothermic Creation from Exothermic Robotics. We are a group of 6 girls passionate about about sharing our experiences with STEM with the community. Our journey in volunteering and outreach have spanned many seasons, starting from promoting robotics at an elementary school science fair to creating a Vex IQ Workshop for kids in our community. Our goal is to connect our local community using STEM and robotics."
In their quest for discovering TI components in an electronic device, Exothermic team 10A decided to dismantle a Samsung Galaxy S Captivate. Through disassembling and researching internal chips, they learned a lot about the functions of individual chips and how they all add up to the whole. Their final report, photo documentation, and annotated works cited are linked below:
Exothermic Robotics entered a website for the online challenge, although unfortunately, it was left unfinished.
Team 575 Exothermic Haiku is proud to present its entry for the 2014 VEX/RECF Game Design Challenge, Clock Block. Be sure to watch in 720p for maximum viewing pleasure. The tracks in this video are Jewel by yama_ko, and Guren no Yumiya by Linked Horizon Jewel can be found at: http://frl.velvet.jp/music Guren no Yumiya can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OkpRK2_gVs The modeling and animation software used was Autodesk 3ds Max, and the video editing software used was Corel VideoStudio Pro X4 Thanks and enjoy!
Team 575 presents Tetra Tumble! Teams will stack tetrahedrons of their alliance's color. The higher the stack, the more points. Tetras are worth extra points if they are above the alliance's starting tiles. Animated in Autodesk Maya 2012 Compiled in Adobe After Effects CS4 Music: Derezzd by Daft Punk (Tron Legacy Soundtrack), You Will Be Perfect by Mike Morasky (Portal 2 Soundtrack) Created by Team 575, Exothermic Haiku.
This is a short video outlining the basics of designing and building a reliable and sturdy six bar lifting system that can be used for the Vex. It is presented by Exothermic Robotics Team 10D (Imensional).
Ring Rolled is a realistic Vex-style game animation. The object of the game is to score 3 inch balls into cylindrical goals of varying dimensions. The game incorporates the jacks challenge object as an additional scoring bonus. Made in Autodesk Maya 2011 Compiled in Adobe After Effects CS4 Music: Mars Mission by Nathan Furst, Driving with the Top Down by Ramin Djawadi Created by Team 575, Exothermic Haiku.
This is brief video on how to build a simple, light and fast drive-train that takes up minimal space presented by Exothermic Robotics.