We will be hosting FLL and FTC teams and Girl Scout troops for tours of the 2018 Silicon Valley Regional at San Jose State on Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31. Tours are one and a half hours and include Space Cookies as guides to the competition field and the pits. After your tour, your group is welcome to watch more matches or meet teams in the pit area.
If your team/troop is interested, sign up using the link below. Feel free to share our message with other teams or troops that would be interested in a competition tour. If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
We hope to see you there!
We had a wonderful time at the inaugural Canadian Pacific Regional! Thanks to all the staff and volunteers who made it possible and congratulations to all the rookie teams who experienced FRC in action for the first time.
Our new children's book, "P is for Prototype" is now on Amazon! Thank you to everyone who contributed!
It is available for pre-sale and will begin shipping out on March 8th. Here is the link to pre-order our book: https://www.amazon.com/P-Prototype-Space-Cookies/dp/1543924182/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1518992509&sr=8-1&keywords=p+is+for+prototype
Check out our weekly recap here!
This week, we finished assembling our practice robot and started to assemble our competition robot. The programmers have a new and updated neural network that can detect cubes and tested the superstructure code on our robot successfully. We also worked on the auto sequences. Our business team is putting the finishing touches on our Chairman's binder and design binders.
Watch our week 5 recap video here!
As stop build day draws near, we are finishing our practice robot and assembling our competition robot. Our programming team is working hard clean up our code to ensure that our auto and object detection work! Our business team has also submitted our Chairman's award and Woodie Flowers award!!
Check out our week 4 recap here!
This week we finished CADing the robot and are beginning to fabricate and assemble it. Our programmers have been working hard on auto and vision. Our business team is putting the finishing touches on our Chairman's short and long essay before we submit it!
Click here to view our Week 3 recap!
This week we relocated to Google, following the Government shutdown, and worked on CADs, as well as finalizing our prototypes. Our programming team is testing Vision and drive code and we are continuing to edit our Woodie Flower's and Chairman's essays.
If you've ever wanted to work behind the scenes with a high-energy robotics team, this opportunity is for you! Please come learn more about what it means to be a Space Cookie Mentor at our Open House on Friday, September 29. An RSVP is required for NASA badging.
Our Week Six update video is here!
Our Week Five update video is here!
Our Week Four update video is here!
Our Week Three update video is here!