Robotics for Everyone Podcast

Helping everyone to enjoy the world of Robotics

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Episode 16 - Transforming robotics education with online cyber competitions

We interview the President & CEO of CoderZ Ido Yerushalmi. We learn how their initial hardware focus transformed into a software one, how they are looking to help change robotics education and how their online cyber competition now supports over 50000 people world wide. Website

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Episode 15 - State capital visits, Spacesuits that squeeze, and a mobile robotics lab.

We interview FLL Teams 577 Black and 578 Orange the Sharon Tiger Techs, from Sharon, Pennsylvania . We learn how this years success earned them a trip to their State Capitol, they explain their research project idea of a Spacesuit that helps blood flow for astronauts and how they use their Mobile Robotics Lab to encourage more kids into the world of Robotics. Website

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Episode 14 - Kickstarting a Robotics Revolution

We interview Jason Morrella Executive Director and Co-founder of the Revolution Robotics Foundation. We learn where the idea for a new robotics system based upon Open Source came from, their plans to be less proprietary while keeping prices down, and their very cool idea for a Grand Slam of Robotics. Link to Kickstarter

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Episode 13 - Gleeves, Drifting Gyros and Astronaut fingernails

We interview Team 191 JP2 Legacy, winner of the Minnesota FLL state championship. We learn how they craft their presentation, the amount of time they put in each week, their favorite Doctor and something rather interesting about Astronaut fingernails. Website

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Episode 12 - The Shrimp Strike Back.

We interview the winner of FLL's Top Innovative Solution award at this years Worlds, Team 492 from Lincoln Middle School in Mount Prospect IL. We learn about the history of the team, the amount of time they dedicate during development and hear about their outreach efforts.

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Host and Creator

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Mark Falcon

I hold an Electrical Engineering degree and worked for 12 yrs in both the Defense and Commercial Sectors. I hold two teaching licenses:
1. VocEd Engineering/Technology Chap 74
2. Instructional Technology Chap 70
With +10yrs in Education I now spend as much time as possible geeking out with all things Robot.

I am also a volunteer Vex IQ Team Mentor (#24036S). In 2017 we won the MA/RI Regional title and qualified for Vex World Championships in Louisville. In 2018 we headed back to Worlds after winning the Regional Design Award and ended up 8th in the Science Div. In 2019 we headed back to Worlds after receiving the Excellence award. But most importantly, the team have met some great teams from around the world and always have a great time competing.

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