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Noteworthy This Year

This year, for the first time each team was allowed two human players rather than just one, allowing more team members to be involved in each match!


Game Summary

Streamline Field - The City

Streamline is played on an 8ft by 12ft carpeted field known as the city. The game is played with white foosballs, known as cargo, and soccer balls colored for each alliance, called smog. The match is played with two alliances, one red and one blue, consisting of two teams each. Before the match, teams can place their robots anywhere within the starting box marked with the alliances’ color.

 

The match begins with a 15 second autonomous period when robots can drive themselves using only pre-programmed instructions. During this period, robots can earn light mobility points by recognizing whether the street lights are illuminated and by stopping in the hot zone at the end of the period. Teams can load up to 3 units of cargo into their robots before the match begins. A team will be awarded 8 points for each piece of cargo scored in the low goal, and 10 points for cargo scored in the high goal. After the autonomous phase human drivers take control of their robots during the 2 minute teleoperated period. Human players enter cargo onto the field through chutes in the factory. A team will earn 4 points for each piece of cargo scored in the low goal. This year each team will have two human players. Once cargo is scored, it will be moved between human players to be entered back onto the field. Teams can also score cargo in the high goal, and will receive 6 points for each piece scored. At any time during the match, any robot can clear the smog. To do this teams must knock the smog off their alliance’s smoke stack and place it into the filter. An alliance earns 60 points for clearing the first smoke stack and 80 points for the second. When time expires the points will be tallied and a winner will be determined.


2014 Ribbon

Results

Congratulations to the following award winning teams!


  • Grand Champion
37 - Remotely Robotics
51 - Team Area 51
  • Finalist
15 - Team Tiger
78 - Tyrannosaurus
  • Engineering Inspiration
78 - Tyrannasaurus VEX
  • Technical Communication
56 - Titanium Tigers
  • Rookie All-Star
87 - The Electric Fingers
  • Creativity In Design
64 - Jag-Wires
  • Imagery
70 - CCE Bots
  • Team Spirit
55 - Robot Ninjas
  • Gracious Professionalism
72 - Metal Men
  • Safety
54 - Metal Warriors
  • Judges' Award
67 - Brainstorms

Team List

  • 15 - Team Tiger
  • 54 - Metal Warriors
  • 71 - Phoenix
  • 85 - The Shredders
  • 22 - The Force
  • 55 - Robot Ninjas
  • 72 - Metal Men
  • 86 - Robothieves
  • 30 - Roboticles
  • 56 - Titanium Tigers
  • 73 - Charged Creepers
  • 87 - The Electric Fingers
  • 33 - Xterminators
  • 59 - Tech 59
  • 78 - Tyrannosaurus VEX
  • 88 - Wildcats
  • 35 - Dominators
  • 61 - Brainstorms
  • 79 - Cyber Flare
  • 89 - Dragon Slayers
  • 37 - Remotely Robotics
  • 64 - Jag-Wires
  • 80 - Nexus Creepers
  • 90 - Circuit Breakers
  • 42 - Paradox II
  • 66 - Cyber Blast
  • 81 - RoboBros
  • 91 - Robo Raiders
  • 47 - Gumball Machines
  • 67 - Blue Falcons
  • 82 - Demonbots
  • 92 - Terminators
  • 49 - Retro Hackers
  • 69 - AmazBots
  • 83 - Robo Rats
  • 51 - Team Area 51
  • 70 - CCE Bots
  • 84 - Mechanized Mayhem