On October 10th, Team 5064 will be presenting at the Alberta Science Expo. Science Expo is the largest student-run non-profit that connects high school students to the STEM community in Canada. We hail from Vancouver to Toronto, with a network of 100 active leaders reaching 120 high schools, representing a […]
Software version control systems range in features and difficulty. Git is one of the more feature rich, which is why it’s used for developing Linux itself, but it can be a bit intimidating. This is a good “start here” page.
In a dark corner of an undisclosed location, shrouded in mystery and clouded by the dark nights of September, several unidentified members of the 5064 Secret Society met to discuss their nefarious plans. We managed to acquire this photo of just a few of them before losing touch with our […]
CdS Cells, Photoresistors, & Light Dependent Resistors (LDR) Source: Using a Photocell | Photocells | Adafruit Learning System
Make your Arduino walk and chew gum at the same time. Source: Overview | Multi-tasking the Arduino – Part 1 | Adafruit Learning System
Use Temboo to connect your Arduino to the cloud. Source: Overview | Sending an SMS with Temboo | Adafruit Learning System
You may have seen this video But on Sunday came the response from Japan! Simply said: we can’t wait! Keeping tuned…
Come visit us at the Tech Life exhibit at K-Days again this year! Opcom demonstrated our robots last summer, and we’re back again for ten days, July 17-26, 2015. Come see our new robot Vitruvius, which competed in the 2015 FRC game “Recycle Rush”, as well as guest robots from […]
After three months of non – stop work, Team 5064 spent 4 days in Calgary competing this Easter long weekend. Teams from as far away as Idaho, Ontario, and even Mexico gathered together in Ernest Manning high school in what proved to be an incredibly entertaining Recycle Rush! We were […]
Sometimes, teams need a diversion! FRC 2015 Tote Bot Reveal video – YouTube.