I’ve been having my team of engineering beginners go through the vexrobotics curriculum online, as well as the CS2N programming curriculum. Once all that is finished up, where can I go from there?
We do some research on these forums, and I have a good set of youtube videos that forum posters have shared with me, but I’m looking for a curriculum that will go beyond the beginning engineering concepts of what we can find at vexrobotics.com, something that will give some further experience with mechanisms of different types.
No, I would hope not
He’s talking about past worlds videos.
Ie NBN, starstruck, Toss up, skyrise, etc. Granted you probably can’t find much past Toss up but o well.
But yeah, to his point, watching past videos of worlds champions or even competitors can be fun and help you learn some things in the process
Edit: apparently I misunderstood his question… I thought he meant itz worlds…
If you want to see some robots that would be good for ITZ, I would recommend watching the reveal videos on youtube from some of the higher-tier teams. Look at what strategies/mechanisms they use and compare them with some of your own designs to make the optimal robot.