The great people we met during the National Maker Faire gave us a mission that we were eager to take on for the 2015-2016 FTC Season. We not only established ourselves as local e-NABLE contacts, we also created a great collaborative project with 20 FTC teams and 25+ college students that produced testing strategies, production line processes and collaboration guidelines for other teams and colleges to try. Our coaches were honored to be a part of a meeting with Dean Kamen and John Schull at the 2016 FIRST Championship to help kick-start even more team involvement. Three of our team’s prosthetic hands were turned over to Dean Kamen to help promote e-NABLE within FIRST.
If your FIRST Tech Challenge team is interested in donating your time to a great cause while networking internationally – contact us: RoboSpartans4082@gmail.com We’d be happy to help you get started!
“Helping Hands” Project Photos (On Facebook)
News Coverage – Lending A Helping Hand (WUTR – Utica, NY)