VRC Spin Up Virtual Skills Released

VRC Virtual Skills - Spin Up has been released! Access will require a 2022-2023 VRC team registration. Updates will continue as game manual updates are released.

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https://kb.vex.com/hc/en-us/categories/360002333191-V5?sc=vrc-virtual-skills

Disco Hero Robot Model Render

Disco Scoring in High Goal

Disco Scoring a Roller

Disco Scoring in Low Goal

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I’m fairly confident that’s not how physics works.

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Plot twist: they’re playing in a vacuum so “An object at rest remains at rest, and an object in motion remains in motion at constant speed and in a straight line unless acted on by an unbalanced force”

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No, but they probably wanted teams to have access to all scoring opportunities, just like with the ring scoring in last season’s virtual skills.

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I’m interested, will you guys ever make it so you could write the code in C++ instead of blocks? If it’s already like that sorry, can’t access the internet on my computer rn so I can’t download and see but I do remember one of the people in my club using blocks, despite knowing C++ through and through

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Last time I tried virtual skills, you could use either blocks or Python. Don’t think C++ was an option though.

Both Blocks and Python run as an interpreted languages directly within your browser - no server side processing happens to execute code.

There’s not at lot of Javascript-based C++ interpreters (https://github.com/felixhao28/JSCPP is one, but is missing some key features) that would do a lot of the complex language constructs that would mimic what you can with a real IQ/EXP/V5 robot.

Just as an FYI, to interpret Python, we use Pyodide (Pyodide — Version 0.20.0)

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Oh, well with Python I could probably do fine. Thanks