VRC History – 2014-2015 – Skyrise

2014-2015: Skyrise

VEX Robotics Competition: 9,709 Teams
VEX U: 321 Teams
VEX Robotics World Championship: 850 Teams, 29 Countries

 


 

The Game:

VEX Robotics Competition Skyrise is played on a 12’x12’ square field configured as seen above. Two alliances – one “red” and one “blue” – composed of two teams each, compete in matches consisting of a fifteen second autonomous period followed by one minute and forty-five seconds of driver-controlled play.

The object of the game is to attain a higher score than the opposing Alliance by Scoring your Cubes in Floor Goals, on Posts or on your Skyrise, by Owning Posts, and by Building your Skyrise Sections.

Scoring:

Each Cube Scored on a Floor Goal 1 point
Each Cube Scored on a Post 2 points
Each Post Owned 1 points
Each Built Skyrise Section 4 points
Each Cube Scored on a Skyrise 4 points
Alliance with the most points at the end of Autonomous 10 points

 

The Details:

There are a total of forty-four (44) Cubes, and twenty-two (22) red and twenty-two (22) blue, and fourteen (14) Skyrise Sections available as Scoring Objects in the game. Most Scoring Objects begin in designated locations on the field, while some are available to be entered into the field during the Match.

Each Robot (smaller than 18”x18”x18” to start) begins a match on one of their Alliance Starting Tiles. There are ten (10) Posts and four (4) Floor Goals that Robots can Score Objects onto. The Alliance with the topmost Cube on a Post Owns the Post. Alliances also earn points for Building Skyrises on their Skyrise Base out of Skyrise Sections, and Scoring Cubes on Skyrises. A bonus is awarded to the Alliance that has the most total points at the end of the Autonomous Period.

 

 

 

 

 


Released 4/25/2014

Updated 7/29/2014

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2015 VEX Worlds Award Winners:

VEX Worlds Middle School – Full Awards List
Tournament Champion 8066A Atom Hai Sing Catholic School Singapore
Tournament Champion 8066C Thor Hai Sing Catholic School Singapore
Tournament Champion 8193C Shanghai Yongchang C Shanghai Yongchang Training School China
Programming Skills Champion 8192B Shanghai Huangpu B Shanghai Huangpu S&T Activity Center China
Robot Skills Champion 8066A Atom Hai Sing Catholic School Singapore
Excellence Award 7700B Rolling Robots Rolling Robots Afterschool Program California, U.S.
VEX Worlds High School – Full Awards List
Tournament Champion 2131C Starfox Davis High School Utah, U.S.
Tournament Champion 2915A Lynfield College Robotics Lynfield College Auckland, New Zealand
Tournament Champion 9090C T-VEX The Mandarin Chinese School Texas, U.S.
Programming Skills Champion 9090A T-VEX The Mandarin Chinese School Texas, U.S.
Robot Skills Champion 62 Kanagasabapathys Independent California, U.S.
Excellence Award 2918A GCEC A Glenfield College Auckland, New Zealand
VEX U – Full Awards List
Tournament Champion QCC2 Blue Rooster Quinsigamond Community College Massachusetts, U.S.
Programming Skills Champion AURA Auckland University Auckland University Auckland, New Zealand
Robot Skills Champion AURA Auckland University Auckland University Auckland, New Zealand
Excellence Award AURA Auckland University Auckland University Auckland, New Zealand