IndyRAGE is an off-season robotics event centered on Raising Awareness for Girls in Engineering (RAGE) hosted by Cyber Blue 234. Our mission is to encourage more girls in the Midwest to take leadership roles on their teams and beyond.
Admission is FREE for visitors wanting to witness the 2018 FIRST robotics game, Power Up, which involves two alliances of three teams each controlling their own robot and completing specific tasks to gain points and win the game. The event is at Perry Meridian High School on Saturday, September 29, 2018. Opening ceremonies starts at 9 A.M. and closing ceremonies start at 5 P.M.
For teams wanting to register for this event, click here for more information.
Catch us at our open house, Tuesday, September 11th, 6-8 pm!
Learn about the team, get a feel for the lab, meet the mentors, and talk to students!
Cyber Blue has been headlining our homemade T-shirt launcher at Perry Meridian’s football games. Go Falcons!
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Teams please click on the link to register to attend. IndyRAGE 2018 Team Registration
Volunteers please click on the link to register to attend. IndyRAGE 2018 Volunteer Registration
Watch out for team interview deadlines coming sometime around August-September! Don’t miss your chance to join the team!
This past weekend, Cyber Blue had a great time co-hosting the Indiana Robotics Invitational with 1024 and 45!
We had 70 top teams from across the continent show up to face off at Lawrence North High School! Including (but not limited to): Four teams from Canada, one team from Mexico, and a team from Hawaii!
Our winning alliance: 2056, 195, 2168, 340
Finalists: 1024, 225, 2590, 868
On April 25th, Cyber Blue traveled to Detroit, Michigan to compete at Worlds. It took place in the Cobo Center this year.
We ranked 8th with a record of 6-6-0 in the Darwin division. Our alliances were Team 1519 (Mechanical Mayhem) and Team 3130 (The ERRORs). It was a hard fought battle, but unfortunately, Cyber Blue did not make it past the Quarterfinal round.
Overall, Cyber Blue had a successful season with a new blue banner (Winner of the Plainfield District) and new awards such as the Excellence in Engineering Award, two Innovation in Control Awards, and a Dean’s List Finalist Award (Haley Sellhorn). We are looking forward to a successful off-season also!
On April 12th Cyber Blue left Perry Meridian to travel to the 2018 FIRST Indiana State Competition.
After a tough match schedule, and dropping to a low ranking of 25th, Cyber Blue finished qualification matches 6th overall.
In eliminations, our alliance of 234, 135, and 5010 lost in the quarterfinal tiebreaker against 1024, 71, and 5484.
Winning Alliance – 1747 868 3936
Finalist Alliance – 1741 1720 5188
On March 23rd, Cyber Blue went to the 2018 Plainfield District competition.
This was a very successful competition, with up to 10 cubes cycled in a match and an event victory!
Cyber Blue ended up ranking 2nd after qualifying matches.
Winning Alliance- 868 TechHOUNDS, 234 Cyber Blue, and 3947 the Last Crusaders.
Finalist Alliance- 5188 Classified Robotics, 3940 CyberTooth, and 829 Digital Goats
2018 Award Winners
District Chairman’s- 1747 Harrison Boiler Robotics
Excellence in Engineering- 1018 Pike Robodevils
Highest Rookie Seed- 6956 Sham-Rock-Botics
Judges’ Award- 829 Digital Goats
Spirit Award- 2771 Code Red Robotics
Cyber Blue 234 traveled up to Mishawaka on March 10th and 11th for the St. Joseph district event.
Lightning and our drive team performed very well over the weekend, cycling up to 9 cubes!
Cyber blue ranked 8th among 40 teams in attendance
Winning alliance: 1024 Kil-a-bytes, 74 Team C.H.A.O.S, 3357 The Comets
Finalist alliance: 3936 RoboBlitz, 1501 Team THRUST, 71 Team Hammond
2018 Award Winners:
District Chairman’s- 135 Penn robotics
Excellence in Engineering- 234 Cyber Blue
Highest Rookie Seed- 7198 TL Fearsome Gears
Judges’ Award- 6721 Tindley Trailblazers
Spirit Award- 3147 Munster HorsePower