Latest complete CAD model of Genome Zeta, the Triple Helix robot for the 2014 FIRST Robotics Competition game, AERIAL ASSIST.
Latest complete CAD model of Genome Epsilon, the Triple Helix robot for the 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition game, ULTIMATE ASCENT.
This video was provided to judges as part of our submission for the 2016 Chairman’s Award. Triple Helix received the Chairman’s Award at the FIRST Chesapeake District – Hampton Roads event at Churchland High School in Portsmouth. Here’s what the judges had to say about our team:
The Chairman’s Award for our event is the most prestigious award in FIRST. You notice I’m talking about it after the folks who won the event, after all sorts of other awards we just talked about.
It honors a team that best represents a model for other teams to emulate and best embodies the purpose and our goals here at FIRST. The Chairman’s Award is presented to the team judged to have the most significant measurable impact on its partnerships among its participants and its community over a sustained period, not just a single build season.
The winner is able to demonstrate progress towards FIRST’s mission of transforming our culture. The recipient team will be invited to the District Championship where it’s going to compete for the Chairman’s Award against the winners of all the other district qualifying events.
This year’s Chairman’s Award winner embodies the definition of an influencer. They’re a powerful and compelling force that impacts mentors, corporations, local governments, and school boards who are now embracing the values of FIRST and STEM in their communities. It’s clear that they’re living their own words of inspiring young minds of the world to work for their passion by hosting more than 40 demonstrations and partnering with schools, universities, and their sponsoring organizations.
From raising funds by waiting on tables, to organizing and sponsoring a huge offseason FRC event, this team’s DNA has a clear and lasting distinguishment. The next time you’re in Hampton Roads and hear a distinctive Rumble, make no mistake– it’s the positive impact of Team 2363, Triple Helix.
Final Cost Accounting Worksheet for Genome Theta, presented to the team’s inspectors at the 2016 FIRST Championship in St. Louis. Genome Theta is our robot for the 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition game, FIRST STRONGHOLD.
GuamFIRST is an imaginary FIRST local Franchise Organization located in the Western Pacific. In GuamFIRST, program decisions are made in the overriding interest of creating excellent student outcomes in a sustainable way.
Triple Helix’s changes to FingerTech 2.125″ OD mecanums, as seen on our 2016 FRC robot.
Triple Helix students help Jefferson Lab engineers meet the goal of “exact constraint” design of multiple-element structures.
Follow Triple Helix’s 2016 build season as we design, fabricate, assemble, and test Genome Theta, the Triple Helix robot for the 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition game, FIRST STRONGHOLD.
The Everywhere Else District is a proposed district system for every FRC team which is not already a part of the already-established district systems. The territory claimed by the Everywhere Else District is the entire world, minus the territories of the other established district systems.