What's with teenagers today? Getting up before noon and actually driving across town to be at an art gallery at 9am?? And then these lazy teenagers get together for two hours at a friends house for another afternoon of CAD training??
Teams 1323 and 1671 gathered at the gallery of Chris M. Sorensen http://cmsartstudio.com/ to show off their robots and have a little fun. While an art gallery seems a bit of an unusal place for robots, it makes a little more sense if you take a look at some of Chris's work, as well as his connections to local businesses.
The teams had robot races, jumped the bump and impressed Chris as well as local artists with their mechanical, electrical and software skills.
Of course, since it was Saturday, the CAD team had to continue goofing off by invading their buddy's home for two hours of CAD training. They had a printed copy of the WF4 courseware, so they went ahead and used that to go over the detail drawing exercises. "Show dimensions" was the only area where they had a few hiccups, but other than that, they were able to make it through the exercises in WF5 from the WF4 instructions. (note: the WF5 courseware is available here http://www.ptc.com/WCMS/files/101458/en/FIRST_PTC_HOW.pdf)
Oh yeah, of course they had to take a break for snacks, you know how teenagers like to grub! Instead of pizza and soda, this group has fresh fruit!