By Mark Norfolk on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
Fabrisonic recently helped out local high school students with manufacturing a robot for a battle-bot type competition called Xtreme Bots. The team from Upper Arlington High School participated for their second year. Their entry this year was lovingly named ‘scrambled eggs’. All competitors were guaranteed three rounds of round-robin, and the top 16 seeds had a single elimination bracket. Scrambled Eggs won all three of its round robin rounds, and made it to the top 8, out of a total of 36 team. Overall, the UA team took seventh place. Take a look at the great slow-motion film of scrambled eggs throwing a competitor into the air.
Fabrisonic is proud to support the next generation of engineers in STEM learning. Perhaps we will be seeing some of these young people working for us in a few years.