Event Code: RE-VIQC-21-3667
Program: VEX IQ Challenge
Type of Event: Live Remote Tournament
Event Format: Pre-Recorded, Remote
Capacity: 24 / Spots Open: 24
Event Region: Texas - Region 4
Price: $50.00This event is closed to registration because:
Grade Level: All
Robot Skills Challenge Offered: Yes
Judging Format: Remote judging
This is a Live Remote Tournament. No travel, No Hotels, No mess! Teams from around the world can compete in this tournament!
Skills will be pre-recorded
Notebooks will need to be submitted a week before the tournament date
9:00 Opening ceremonies
9:30 A quick Q/A session for any lingering questions
10:00 Match play begins!
12:00 Lunch for our volunteers
1:00 Match play resumes!
3:00 Awards ceremonies
No Volunteers needed at this time
Weather should not be a factor.
No refunds will be given for this event.
Pleased have your Engineering Notebooks submitted by February 12 11:59 PM.
A judging session will be arranged with the primary contact listed on your robotevents.com account.
Submit Engineering notebooks to the following link https://forms.gle/7ogkXC4hnmiDDQmD9
Only Finalist for the Design award will recieve a judges interview.
• Pre-Recorded Skills videos must be recorded and submitted from 9:00am February 12 to 9:00am February 19 2021. Videos recorded prior to the start date & time will not be acceptable.
• Event Partners will generate a set of unique, randomized alphanumeric code to be sent to each team on Febrary 11, 2021
• All video format rules set forth below apply. Furthermore, a second clock showing the current date / time must be on video during the entire Match.
• Matches should follow a standard procedure, done and shown on one video without any “cuts” or edits, in the following order:
1. Robot Inspection is done by the Team, showing on video, the inspection sheet signed and completed. Measurements must be done using a measuring device such as a Robot Sizing Tool or tape measure.
2. The Team says the random code that they were given by the Event Partner out loud on video while writing the code visibly on a paper or whiteboard.
3. Teams pair the Controller to the Robot.
4. The Team shows on video a closeup view of the Starting Position to provide video evidence that the Robot is in a legal starting position.
5. The Team says out loud and writes on paper or whiteboard if they are attempting a Programming Skills Match or Driving Skills Match.
6. The Team starts a Match when the clock begins.
7. After the Match, the Team must move the camera to each of the Goals saying out loud what counts as scored and records onto an official referee scoresheet.
8. The scoresheet is then shown clearly on video for a minimum of 10 seconds. While the scoresheet is being recorded, Teams can reset the field for the next Match.
9. The Team can then repeat steps 3-8 for their remaining allotment of Matches, i.e. maximum of 3 Programming Skills Matches and 3 Driving Skills Matches, one after another on the same video recording.
10. The video recording can not be stopped.
• Teams will need to upload their video on a publicly accessible platform like YouTube, Facebook Video, Google Classroom, SchoolTube, etc and submit the URL to the Event Partner per the instructions on the event site.