Look at the Pic

Posted by Matt Ryan at 2/20/2001 9:52 AM EST

Student on team #69, HYPER, from Quincy Public Schools and Gillette.

As the subject says, please look at the picture.

Posted by Tom S. at 2/20/2001 10:39 AM EST

Student on team #177, The Bobcats, from South Windsor High School and International Fuel Cells.

In Reply to: Look at the Pic
Posted by Matt Ryan on 2/20/2001 9:52 AM EST:

Woah…

50 pts in just balls
4x multiplier

200 pts, plus a time multiplyer (maybe?)

doubtful that could be done in an actual match… not many teams take the time with the small balls.

Posted by Lora Knepper at 2/20/2001 11:30 AM EST

Other on team #73, Tigerbolt, from Rochester Institute of Technology / Edison Tech HS and Alstom and Fiber Technologies.

In Reply to: Re: Look at the Pic
Posted by Tom S. on 2/20/2001 10:39 AM EST:

: doubtful that could be done in an actual match… not many teams take the time with the small balls.

Not only that - but managing to get the small balls between the 2 goals is one heck of a challenge. Interesting to see the points possible though.

~ lora

Posted by Carrie at 2/20/2001 12:29 PM EST

Student on team #27, Team Rush, from OSMTech Academy and Textron.

In Reply to: Look at the Pic
Posted by Matt Ryan on 2/20/2001 9:52 AM EST:

That is robotally impossible!


: As the subject says, please look at the picture.

Posted by Joe Ross at 2/20/2001 4:25 PM EST

Engineer on team #330, Beach Bot, from Hope Chapel Academy and NASA/JPL , J&F Machine, and Raytheon.

In Reply to: Look at the Pic
Posted by Matt Ryan on 2/20/2001 9:52 AM EST:

EOM means End Of Message

Posted by Matt Ryan at 2/20/2001 5:31 PM EST

Student on team #69, HYPER, from Quincy Public Schools and Gillette.

In Reply to: Look at the Pic
Posted by Matt Ryan on 2/20/2001 9:52 AM EST:

No robot did this. Chris Chernicki had an urge to do that…its surprisingly difficult to do. He wanted a picture of it to post on the forums…et voila!!!

And if that “Where’s Waldo” thing Pappy did down the CTE shows up here, he’ll have a death mark.