A view from the field:
Team 1690 would like to thank teams 1678, 254, and 5026 for lending us batteries, and a special thanks to 971, for giving us not only batteries, but also tools, and for inviting us to their workshop.
Is there a place folks could compile photos from the event? (Of robots)
Fun to watch, as always! Enjoyed the RSN commentary and field-side interviews. Cool to see the game played at a high level.
Excited to be back in the neighborhood next year…
I don’t have pictures for everyone, but I hope this satisfies until someone with better pictures and a complete collection comes by.
edit: wrong link (oops)
We had such a great time at Chezy Champs. One of my all time favorite event’s I’ve ever attended. Thank so much for hosting and making it a great experience for the teams!
For anyone interested we have released updated CAD of our robot Baby Grond as it competed at Chezy Champs.
This email was sent to teams today:
One more thing -
The raw photos from the robot photo booth are posted here (link).
Teams are free to use these photos for any use.
Thanks for sharing. Love the presentation.
Thanks 254 for an awesome event! So many great teams and robots to see and learn from. Access to your practice field during the event was a game-changer for our team’s autonomous mode development.
We were honored to compete with 2168, 1678, and 3374 and benefited from the leadership you provided to the alliance. Tx for the invite!
Thank you 245!!!
Some minor press about the event way out here on the East Coast. It was an exhausting “build season” for our small team – very taxing to our six veteran students – but so worth it in the end.
That’s a fantastic article!!! Congrats on accomplishing such a herculean task and making it so far! I would dare say your team has quite a future!!
@juchong shared his photos from Chezy Champs with me and I added them to the gallery on Spectrum’s photo album.
CC photo gallery (has Juan’s pics and the photobooth pics) - Chezy Champs 2021 - Spectrum 3847
Guest Upload URL for CC Photos - If anyone wants to add photos - Spectrum 3847 Photos (it goes to a separate gallery and we manually move them over to avoid problems)
How does a rookie teem build so complex robot?? its amazing
Thank you. We have a few experienced students and mentors. Plus, we could borrow strong design ideas since it was for an existing game.
Is there a plan to post individual match videos (like this one) on thebluealliance or similar?
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We have source-quality recordings from every match at the event. Francis and the RSN team have generously offered to handle the splitting and we expect that to be up in the next few days. These will be higher quality than screen captures from the Twitch stream and we’d ask that you wait for the originals before posting low-quality stream rips on TBA. If we have any trouble with the splitting we’ll definitely reach out to the community for help.
Thanks so much, everyone! We’re happy to hear that there’s so much community interest in viewing the exciting matches from CC2021!
From where the experienced guys? its amazing, can’t wait to see you next seson
Thank you again for the compliment. As I mentioned, it was very helpful to have designs to start with. The experienced students and mentors (myself included) are from another team in Georgia that just shut down, 4910. Six of our eight students are from that team. Our students worked tirelessly in my basement and garage for two months to build, program and test the machine we took to CC 2021. I’m glad we did because without the build mentors from the old team (I was only the programming mentor) we didn’t appreciate all the intricacies we had to learn to build an FRC robot, nor had we practiced pit work. Now we as a team have a much better understanding of the details we need to know to pull off our Rapid React season.