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2018 STEMley Cup Championship

The Fourth Annual STEMley Cup Championship


hosted by MakeShift (4039) and Celt-X (5406)

when: Saturday, November 3, 2018 (Friday evening load-in)
where: St. Mary Catholic Secondary School, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
capacity: 30 teams
details: http://stemleycup.wordpress.com

Highlights:
  • STEMley buddy system, providing a boost to pre-rookie teams looking to compete for the first time!
  • on-field minute-to-win-it action!
  • can STEMley add a little extra excitement and suspense to the Power Up end game? Get ready to cheer on robots making last-30-second dashes to score one of our STEMley CUBEs (aka "STUBEs") before the buzzer sounds! Check the STEMley website in the coming weeks for a full description of rule changes.
Volunteers:

STEMley prides itself on it's amazing volunteers who ensure that the event runs smoothly and that teams have a quality experience. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out our volunteer registration form.

Current team list:

1075 - Sprockets
1114 - Simbotics
1241 - Theory6
1285 - The Big Bang
1325 - Inverse Paradox
1360 - Orbit Robotics
2056 - OP Robotics
2604 - Metal and Soul
2609 - BeaverworX
2852 - DM High Voltage
3015 - Ranger Robotics
3161 - Tronic Titans
3683 - Team Dave
4069 - Lo-Ellen Robotics
4343 - MaxTech Robotics
4618 - Newman Robotics
4678 - CyberCavs
4917 - Sir Lancerbot
5039 - Irish Lion
5719 - Pink Titans
6336 - Javawockies
6342 - BT Robotics
6378 - LYNX
6875 - Build A Dream Robotics - Amazon Warriors
6878 - SJB Odyssey
XXXX - pre-rookie team A

Wait list:

We will be holding back a few spots for pre-rookie teams that may be established in the fall. If no additional pre-rookies register before the deadline we will begin adding veteran teams from the wait list. For wait list registration information see the STEMley website.




Who will hoist the cup this year...
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Re: 2018 STEMley Cup Championship

STEMley SUPER CUBES:

Two special STEMley SUPER CUBES will be in play at the November 3rd STEMley Cup Championship: one red-colored SUPER CUBE and one blue-colored SUPER CUBE. The cloth cover of the SUPER CUBE will be made of material to match as closely as possible the original yellow nylon cover - it should have similar handling characteristics to a regular yellow POWER CUBE but detection by the VAULT sensor cannot be guaranteed.

Prior to each MATCH, ALLIANCES select the starting position of their SUPER CUBE in one of their two ALLIANCE PORTALS. Each SUPER CUBE takes the place of one regular yellow POWER CUBE.

SUPER CUBES may be entered into the playing field through one of the PORTALS in the last thirty (30) seconds of the MATCH. If introduced early (prior to 30 seconds left in the MATCH) as determined by the REFEREES, a TECH FOUL will apply and that SUPER CUBE will be scored as a regular yellow POWER CUBE (ie. no scoring BONUS will apply).

There are two BONUS scoring conditions for the SUPER CUBES:

a. at the end of the match (when the timer reaches zero seconds), every SUPER CUBE supported entirely by an ALLIANCE’s own SWITCH PLATE and/or it’s FENCE (and not even partially supported by a ROBOT, the carpet or anything else) scores five (5) BONUS POINTS for every regular yellow POWER CUBE supported by the SWITCH PLATE for the ALLIANCE matching the color of the SWITCH PLATE up to a maximum of fifty (50) POINTS.
example 1: the red SUPER CUBE ends the match on the red side of the SWITCH nearest the red ALLIANCE STATION. In addition to the red SUPER CUBE, there are four (4) regular yellow POWER CUBES on the red side of this SWITCH. The red ALLIANCE receives a BONUS to their score equivalent to:
5 points/cube x 4 cubes = 20 POINTS

b. at the end of the match (when the timer reaches zero seconds), every SUPER CUBE supported entirely by the SCALE (and not even partially supported by a ROBOT or anything else) scores five (5) BONUS POINTS for every regular yellow POWER CUBE on the SCALE PLATE for the ALLIANCE matching the color of the SCALE PLATE up to a maximum of fifty (50) POINTS.
example 2: the red SUPER CUBE ends the match on the blue side of the SCALE. In addition to the red SUPER CUBE, there are twelve (12) regular yellow POWER CUBES on the blue side of the SCALE. The blue ALLIANCE receives a BONUS to their score equivalent to:
5 points/cube x 10 cubes = 50 POINTS (maximum)


BONUS POINTS due to SUPER CUBES (if any) will be added to the MATCH SCORE prior to the posting of the official final MATCH SCORES. Where the outcome of the match may depend on BONUS POINTS, REFEREES may at their discretion enter the field to perform a manual count of the number of regular yellow POWER CUBES on the SWITCH or SCALE. The ruling of the HEAD REFEREE is final.
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Re: 2018 STEMley Cup Championship

2609 is looking forward to competing!
I'm personally suprised that you guys didnt change G09 (launching power cubes). Can't wait to see how the stubes change the play of the game!
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Re: 2018 STEMley Cup Championship

I love the idea of the super cubes, good to add another end game challenge
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Re: 2018 STEMley Cup Championship

I'd like to announce the return of the STEMley Cup trading cards for 2018. Teams will receive a sampler in each of their registration packages. New for 2018, we've opened up online ordering for anyone who isn't attending, but would like to buy a set. They can be purchased at cards.stemleycup.ca

We can't wait to see teams this weekend!
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Re: 2018 STEMley Cup Championship

By any chance, will you guys be selling last years set?
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Not at the event, but if you order online, email us to request a previous year's set and we'll get you one.
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Re: 2018 STEMley Cup Championship

The STEMley Cup is live! Watch one of our two live streams:
Roving cams: https://twitch.tv/frcontario1
Full field: https://twitch.tv/frcontario2

Join in the conversation on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #stemleycup!

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I had the opportunity to attend and volunteer at this event for the first time, and I came away very impressed. Despite many teams using new drivers and a lot robots approaching the end of their lifespan, this event was highly competitive (it helped having 6 of the 7 top teams in the district rankings) and felt much closer to a regular season event than most off-season events. On the event side, I was blown away by the constant hospitality, professionalism, and organization of the planning group and the volunteers. Their rule changes were incredibly well thought out, with the "Super Cubes / Stubes" adding a fantastic dynamic to the game and even ended up swinging Finals Match 3. I highly recommend checking this event out some time if you haven't already. It's beginning to feel like a tiny bit like a smaller, Canadian version of IRI.


Thanks to all the organizers and everyone from Team 4039 and 5406 for making the event happen. Also, amazing work by 4039 and 5406 on supporting the pre-rookie teams and blasting them off into their FIRST career.
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I had the opportunity to attend and volunteer at this event for the first time, and I came away very impressed. Despite many teams using new drivers and a lot robots approaching the end of their lifespan, this event was highly competitive (it helped having 6 of the 7 top teams in the district rankings) and felt much closer to a regular season event than most off-season events. On the event side, I was blown away by the constant hospitality, professionalism, and organization of the planning group and the volunteers. Their rule changes were incredibly well thought out, with the "Super Cubes / Stubes" adding a fantastic dynamic to the game and even ended up swinging Finals Match 3. I highly recommend checking this event out some time if you haven't already. It's beginning to feel like a tiny bit like a smaller, Canadian version of IRI.


Thanks to all the organizers and everyone from Team 4039 and 5406 for making the event happen. Also, amazing work by 4039 and 5406 on supporting the pre-rookie teams and blasting them off into their FIRST career.
The Super Cubes were the best rule change I've seen this year and maybe of all time at an off season event. The effect it had on the last match made for one of the most incredible endings I ever seen at a FIRST event!
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