What initially seemed simple turned out to be an incredibly fun and rewarding experience. An interesting challenge with a clever solution to match.
The place for some of the cool things I do in school, especially the collaborative stuff. Anything from class assignments to extracurriculars has a home here.
Tasked with the manipulation of stacks of pennies, I went through 4 revisions of robot arms before I had one good enough for the National competition.
My attempt at an Electric Vehicle for the SciOly 2017 season which, due to a few key mistakes, did fail.
For our Physics 2 project, we had to build a wooden tower based off the year’s SciOly rules. For a first try, I didn’t do too bad.
For the SciOly 2016 season, I built an Electric Vehicle and optimized multiple factors to maximize speed while maintaining accuracy.
During my first year in the Troy SciOly team, I had a really fun experience building and competing with my robot arm. It was the perfect event for me.
Just a brief overview of what Muscatel did for Robo-Cross in 2015. With the time that I had, I helped somewhat.
An exciting event that came in from rotation that marked the start of my tinkering with robotics.