Our robot can jump!

Make sure your bumpers stay in the bumper zone at all times. What range are you achieving - looking good from the worm view.

Wow, a pronking robot. I’m going to remember that for next season’s “no wheels” rule.

My former high school basketball coaches would all agree that I would get about as much “air” on my jump shot as your robot does on it’s shot.

I always argued that if you could slip a sheet of paper under my feet it qualified as a “jump”.


Bumper zone is only determined when sitting flat on the floor.

BUMPERS must be located entirely within the BUMPER ZONE, which is between two (2) and ten (10) in. from the floor, in reference to the ROBOT standing normally on a flat floor.

That was intended mainly as a joke / complement. Thanks for the concise clarification.

Now if only the defensive arm 6" zone was measured at rest (Q116), we would see more goalies.

So that is why it is called Aerial Assist :ahh: