I don't understand why it should matter if your robot is 100% student built, 100% engineer built or somewhere in between. As long as you are Inspired (I word again) FIRST is getting its point and primary goal across. - [more]
A pdf that was put together by Eric O. Curry, Coach, Team 1208, and sent to us just after qualifying for Championships. It has a lot of info, like places to eat, hardware stores, mini-golf, and walmart locations all relative to the arena.
4th Annual...This document gives summary info of all of the Rookie teams that attended The Championships in 2008, listing their regionals, awards and accomplishments, team locations and sponsors, Championship divisions, and fun facts (factoids!).
Because of common software (Easy-C Pro), similar microprocessor architecture between the VEX controller (Microchip PIC18F8520) and FRC controller (Microchip PIC18F8722), a typical robotics team can compete against more established robotics team by successfully prototyping the 15 second hybrid (autonomous) period operation with a VEX robot.
3rd Annual...This document gives summary info of all of the Rookie teams that attended The Championships in 2007, a list of their regionals, awards and accomplishments, where they are from, Championship divisions, and fun little facts. New this year! Two maps highlighting rookie geographical locations!
The FLL World Festival is the penultimate experience for FLL teams, often once in a lifetime. Advice and suggestions is given to teams who have qualified in hopes of helping them make the most of their trip.
2nd Annual...This document gives summary info of all of the Rookie teams that attended championships in 2006, a list of their regionals, their accomplishments, where they are from, their awards & division, and fun little facts.