This is an amazing project . Where are the championships held?  Are they
open to public?  How old are your Robo Rattlers?
That is some serious coding effort to celebrate as Vermont celebrates Hour
of Code/ Computer Science Week.


On Tue, Dec 5, 2017 at 11:02 AM, Karen McCalla <
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> Hi all,
> The Rutland Robo-Rattlers are a FIRST Lego League Robotics team, competing
> at the state championships this Sunday, 12/10.  The kids work from
> September to December to design, build and program an autonomous robot
> using Lego EV3 bricks, and also to solve a real-world problem related to
> the challenge theme.  This year, the theme is Hydro-Dynamics, and teams had
> to solve a problem related to the human water cycle.
> The Robo-Rattlers decided to tackle the problem of water conservation, and
> designed a system of water meters and buttons that track household water
> use over time and display it as a series of graphs.  The H2Show system also
> helps people to set goals for reducing water use and people can even earn
> badges for reaching their goals.  It's like a Fitbit for your faucet!
> The kids have designed a survey and would love to have lots of data to
> share at the state comp on Sunday.  Please set aside just a few moments to take
> their survey
> <>
> .
> Thanks in advance, and hope to see some of you with your own teams at
> Norwich on Sunday!
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