Recipient of the 2015 Georgia Southern Classic Regional Chairman’s Award
and the 2015 Orlando Regional Imagery Award
Now Welcoming New High School Students for the 2015-16 Season, deadline Jan 19th
Check out our 2016 Build and Competition Schedule
Celebrating 10 delicious years, 4-H Exploding Bacon Robotics is a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition (FRC) team based in Orlando, Florida. Adults serve as mentors to guide the student members in team management, engineering, computer programming, and essential leadership skills. The goal is to inspire students to pursue degrees in science, technology, engineering and math while teaching them gracious professionalism.
Exploding Bacon 1902 was the 2013 World Championship Kamen Family Imagery Award winner, placed in the top 4 teams for the Digital Media Award in 2014 and has won 50 awards over 10 seasons.
2016 FRC Game: FIRST STRONGHOLD SMFIRST STRONGHOLD is played on a 27 ft. by 54 ft. field. Each alliance commands one tower, five defenses, and a ‘secret passage’ which allows their robots to restock on ammunition, called boulders. One defense in each alliance’s set of five, the low bar, is a permanent part of the field. Three defenses are selected strategically by the alliance prior to the start of their match. The final defense changes periodically by audience selection. Read more about the game. Exploding Bacon, 9 Years of Sizzle 9 years of Exploding Bacon’s robots and competitions. Our mission is to inspire youth using 4-H principles along with the tenets of gracious professionalism to explore science and technology through a mentor based program, which develops leadership and life skills while encouraging innovation, creative solutions to engineering and technical challenges.