Power Up Summary
This year's game was all about Power Cubes. Your robot had to manipulate 11" x 11" x 13" yellow crates in multiple different ways like putting them in the exchange, the switch or the scale. The exchange was a slot in the wall that you could push power cubes into, giving you points. Human players could then take those cubes and use them for "Power Ups" which would give you certain bonuses during the match. The switch was a low balancing scale and the scale was a tall balancing scale. Placing cubes on your side would help you tip it in your favor and if it was tilted towards your side then you would gain a point every second. During the end game, you could also climb with other robots to earn bonus points.
Weight: 110 lbs
Size: 27.5" x 31.5" x 55"
40-24-0 in official matches
Ranked 31st in the State of Michigan out of 508 teams
Ranked 6th | Semi-Finalist | Pit Safety
Ranked 3rd | Finalist | Quality Award
Michigan State Championship - DTE Energy Foundation Division:
Ranked 8th | Divisional Semi-Finalists | Innovation in Controls Award | Pit Safety
Detroit Championship - Curie Division:
Ranked 32nd | Quarter-Finalist | Pit Safety