Pamela Rada from St. Mary's Med Center & Palm Beach Children's Hospital says "Huge thank to Morgan for helping our local medical community by making 100 ear savers." Morgan, 3932 Dirty Mechanics team member researched and worked on a solution to prevent ear sores.
Even more PPE!
We've donated over 500 PPE supplies in total to 19 organizations in need! Remember to wash your hands and wear a mask!
Team alumni and mentor Samantha is teaching an intro to a Java course that sets the foundation for programming. Students attended lessons biweekly and had a blast doing so!
Team co-leader Keanu helped get students involved as he led a series of blender lessons! Blender is 3D computer graphics software which helped the team prepare for our safety animation! He led our team through the creation of making a wrench through modeling, shading, and rendering the file.
Dirty Mechanics participated in a caravan to honor our graduating seniors. We'll miss every single one of them. Congratulations to all seniors!
We are proud to present our latest Safety Animation that has been submitted to FIRST! The animation was produced using Blender 3D and iPi Soft’s full-body motion technology. Team leader Keanu states that it “was a really fun project and definitely our best animation yet!”
The Dirty Mechanics have been building and programming mini robots. About 30 members stepped up to the challenge of assembling and then programming their robots to complete a series of challenges.
Shoutout to our Mentors
for helping out!
We are proud to announce our "wrench leaders" have put together their own groups to program their mini robots. Featured here are three of these leaders who lead students to drive in a square, follow a board, escape a dungeon, drive in a circle, and more!
10 Dirty Mechanics FIRST Robotics 3932 team members virtually attending the Global Leadership Summit Thursday & Friday to improve their leadership skills! Lisa Byrne, Coldwell Baker, a team sponsor & mentor provided scholarships.
3932 is proud to announce that team members Anthony S. & Cameron B. have created MicroBot32 WebControl - a customizable web based analog of the FRC smart dashboard and driver station to control your arduino based robots!
Excited that our "Mission Mars" game design entry led by Asher M. won "STEM Inspiration" Award in the 2020 WPI FIRST Robotics Game Jam! This award celebrates the incorporation of STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math) into entry, featuring STEM throughout story, gameplay, & characters they develop!
Team co-leader Megan decided to create weekly Kahoot games for the entire team to make sure that we continute to have fun while learning! Kahoot games would test knowledge on a range of items such as FRC terms or BME knowledge!
Our BME team has been reworking our website with our rebranding effort! We use WIX to ensure that future students can continue our effort for years to come!
Take a look at some of our recent meetings.