Robot demo

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Christian and a fellow Flat Mountain Mechanic reattached rubber bands (!) and prepared the robot for another demonstration at a local jr. high school.

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Apparently, Rebecca was the team frisbee-holder during pre-op.

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The robot refused to turn at first, and Christian was required to change some settings and reboot several times to make it function properly.

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Their test of autonomous mode finally worked.

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Without guidance, the robot drove forward…

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until it sensed the goal…

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and dropped the frisbees to score.

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Once the summer-program students arrived, the autonomous demo worked successfully.

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Several videos about FRC were shown to the students while they ate their lunch.

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Teammates answered questions from interested students.

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Team 4819
Flat Mountain Mechanics
FRC Robotics demonstration
at local jr. high school


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