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2022

Darth Theta

Darth Theta is the robot we designed, built and programmed for FIRST RAPID REACT. Darth Theta is fast, robust and comes equipped with several abilities such as a ball intake, a launcher and even a jumping mechanism!

AWARDS


  • Creativity Award - Waterloo Event (Day 2)
  • Creativity Award - Windsor Essex Great Lakes Event (Day 2)
  • Creativity Award - Ontario Provincial Championships
  • Creativity Award - FIRST World Championship (Carver Division)

FIRST RAPID REACT


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2020 - 2021

IG-8η

IG-8η is our robot developed for FIRST INFINITE RECHARGE. It can pick up balls, shoot them to the port, and climb the generator switch.

AWARDS


  • Innovation in Control Award - Durham (2020)
  • Nitrogen Group Skills Competition Winner - Infinite Recharge at Home (2021)

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2019

ζUCC

ζUCC is our robot developed for FIRST DEEP SPACE. It can pick up balls and disks using a three-jointed arm and a vacuum gripper, then transport them to various locations. It can also climb up a 19" ledge.

AWARDS


  • Creativity Award - Durham Event
  • Creativity Award - McMaster Event
  • Technology Division Championship Winner - FOPC
  • Provincial Championship Finalist - FOPC

FIRST DEEP SPACE


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2018

KεVIN

KεVIN is our robot developed for FIRST POWER UP. It can pick up and deposit cubes using an intake system.

FIRST POWER UP


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2017

DELTA
WORX

DELTAWORX is our robot developed for FIRST STEAMWORKS. It can place the gears on the pegs.

FIRST STEAMWORX


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2016

SIR GAMMA RAY

SIR GAMMA RAY is our robot developed for FIRST STRONGHOLD. It can launch boulders to weaken the tower.

FIRST STRONGHOLD


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2015

BETA-HOVEN

BETA-HOVEN is our robot developed for FIRST RECYCLE RUSH. It can pick up bins and noodles alike.

FIRST RECYCLE


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2014

RALPHA

RALPHA was 4907's first robot. It was developed for FIRST AERIAL ASSIST. It could launch the game balls to score points.

FIRST AERIAL ASSIST


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