The VEX IQ Challenge provides an opportunity for students, with the guidance of an adult mentor, to explore and solve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) challenges. This year, all teams are challenged to explore a topic of interest related to the STEM theme for the season (Science).Each team will then develop and organize research on their topic and share their findings in a four-minute presentation to event judges.
People actually think that to make a robot you should take a bunch of pieces and stick them together, and abracadabra you get a robot.
Not many people especially in age group know about VEX IQ robotics and what STEM is, even though they can both benefit them in the future and give them more knowledge about the key aspects to build, design and program a robot. In programming the program that was used was RobotC, and to design team used to design the robot was SnapCad. My targeted audience is my age group (13-14).
An animation of pieces being put together will be shown.
Before you even begin with designing the robot, you have to study the official curriculum for VEXIQ which includes both robot designing & mechanisms as well as Introduction to Programming ¬for VEXIQ.
Each team hats assign roles on the team. The roles assigned include designing, programming, documentation, and STEM research teams.
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