Thanks to all who responded and signed up for this event. We are now
at capacity and will not be able to accommodate additional team members
in the FLL booth.
David Levy wrote:
> Hello and Happy New Year!
> I'd like to inform all FLL team members of a wonderful opportunity on
> ( Saturday February 21 , 2009) , to show off their skills before
> thousands in the historic and impressive main hall of the DC National
> Building Museum.
> What is Discover Engineering Family Day?
> " The annual Washington DC Engineering Family Day is:
> -Enjoyed by over six thousand participants every February at the
> beginning of E-Week.
> -Hands-on with over 20 activities presented by local engineering
> chapters and national organizations.
> -Aimed at children of all ages, so they can experience the excitement
> of engineering.
> -Exciting with characters and actors from popular engineering and
> science TV shows.
> -Produced by a committee of enthusiastic local volunteers,
> representing many engineering organizations."
> We plan on showcasing both FLL Climate Connections as well as
> offseason activities.
> FLL Climate Connection activities:
> 1) You are welcome to bring your robots to perform table runs during
> the day.
> 2) You are welcome to bring your project presentation materials for
> display ( space may be limited)
> 3) We ask that you wear your team t-shirts
> 4) We'll have a special table set up with FLL Flyers and a signup sheet
> Off season activities:
> We recognize that many teams have dismantled their Climate connection
> robots and therefore would like to offer other activities for team
> members to participate in.
> 5)You are welcome to bring your own simple NXT vehicle to program
> autonomous missions for a Sumo challenge.
> You'll be given instruction on what techniques to use to keep your
> vehicle in the Sumo ring and to search for your competitor's robot.
> Here is an example of an off season Sumo challenge that was conducted
> locally last summer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUO0-Dp5sPQ&eurl
> 6) You are welcome to bring a laptop as computers may be limited.
> 7) A life size biped walker has been constructed out of multiple NXT
> kits to allow team members to work on their own programming solutions
> to simulate anthropomorphic activity.
> See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZDi0o4asY0
> Note: As of yet, we still have not located an FLL table ( we have the
> mat and models). So if anyone can bring in a table for the day then
> it would be most appreciated. We are also coordinating efforts with
> Maryland and DC outreach to secure a table.
> If anyone is interested in joining us or has questions about
> logistics, please contact me directly.
> Thank you
> David Levy
> VADCFLL Outreach Director
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> E-Week Link here: http://eweekdcfamilyday.org/
> Pictures from FIRST FRC , FTC, and FLL participation in 2008:
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