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For the 16th year, Team HYPER proudly hosted a Massachusetts State Championship Qualifier. On December 7, 2013 48 teams from around the state gathered in North Quincy High School to compete with gracious professionalism. Displaying ingenuity and innovation with their robots, research projects, and team spirit.
Yesterday was the last day of the Northeastern Regional Event. It was an amazing day for the team. We managed to pull through and continuously win matches up until our finals. In the finals we were chosen by the amazing LigerBots (Team 2877). We also worked alongside our other great partner Rivers Edge Robotics (Team 3499). It was a solid …
We’re finally here, guys! Today was our first day in the FIRST UNH competition and the team had lot of fun. Ending up in rank 26 out of 36 for the day, the HYPER team had some great moments, but some issues as well. The team had 3 wins and 5 losses. The wins happened in matches 11, 28 and …
We’ve bagged it and tagged it. The robot’s been tested and were ready to ship for the competitions. All’s left is pit crates and those will be done soon. Its been a long season but we’ve done it and we’re proud to say it’s all complete. We even got some practice in with the drivers. Hopefully we see all the …
Team, We are open tonight. Please use your judgement with the weather. The storm is going to be on and off over the next 24 hours. Please be safe and stay home if you do not have a reliable mode of transportation. There is a chance we close early so please continue to check your email or call 617-376-1100 before …
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We will have a team photo tomorrow so please bring your shirts again and be here.
This weekend we are going to be taking student portraits for the website, so please bring and/or wear your shirts this weekend.
We’ve done it! the drive train has been tested and now works. We will do more testing on the field tomorrow to properly modify strafing and other functions. Along with the drive train we also have a set of complete bumpers for the 2014 system.
Notice to all Juniors and Seniors: there is a scholarship meeting tomorrow (1/25/2014) at 11:30am. Parents are welcome and invited to attend. All interested students (which should be ALL juniors and seniors) should meet at the church beforehand, and will walk over as a group to the high school (QHS Room C325), where the meeting is to be held.
Much of Saturday consisted of review for the rookies on the team. Electrical focused on making proper PWMs and learning how to solder wires to achieve good connections. Programming students focused on writing code for the joysticks. The students used quadratic equations to build a piece-wise defined function to control the speed of the robot based on joystick input. They …
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