It looks like it’s going to be a busy day at the Holiday Marketplace Saturday, Dec. 5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the high school gyms.
We will be selling earbuds, “vintage” FHS robotics t-shirts, robotic fish, robotic bugs and robotic cat toys. In addition, you can buy tickets to drive a robot and see if you can score points for prizes! More specific details to follow.
However, we are still short volunteers for the day of the event. Please go to the Doodle and select the times you will be volunteering.
Make sure you wear your robotics t-shirts!
With all four FHS teams in the Quarter-Finals, someone had to lose. This is the one competition where we knew at least one team was going on to the semi-finals. It was just a question of whether it was two FHS teams or one.
Take a look at 1:18 and 1:40. Something might be amiss. But even though we were all standing there, no one (not even the referee) noticed.
At Quinsigamond Community College VEX Scrimmage on November 14, 2015. Take a look at Blackstone Valley Regional’s (6916D) catapult. There was one other catapult there.
With four teams at an event with 44 teams at the Quinsigamond Community College VEX Scrimmage on November 14, 2015, it was inevitable that it would be FHS vs FHS. Who would you cheer for?
Today is the day! Follow us at our first competition of the year at this link: http://www.robotevents.com/re-vrc-15-3444.html
There, you can watch the 5 FHS Robotics teams compete, all with a team number 9421. Spirits are high today, and each team is feeling prepared and energized for this inaugural competition.
This past weekend, FHS Robotics joined Barnes & Noble in celebrating community creativity at the Maker Faire. The event, which took place at the Barnes & Noble in Framingham, featured multiple makers from the area. FHS Robotics gave a presentation, built marshmallow launchers out of Popsicle sticks, and allowed kids (and any adults who so desired) drive the robots around.