ORBS Challenge

ORBS Challenge
Posted by Eric Friestedt at 2015-11-04 10:38:50

1. How long are the tubes that contain the three different sized balls?

2. Are the tubes different lengths?

3. How far apart are these tubes?

4. How are these tubes mounted to the floor of the pool?

5. How many balls of each size are in each sized tube?

6. Where are the surface containers to store the balls?

7. Are there multiple containers for these balls?

8. If there are multiple containers, how far apart are they?

9. Are there also multiple containers underwater for the balls?

10. What are the dimensions of these containers?

11. How many points are scored for each ball?

12. What are the balls made from? What material?

13. Are these balls hollow? What is the mass of each ball?

14. What is the difference in points for balls scored on the surface rather than underwater?

15. How far from the wall is this task?

16. How are the tubes activated to release a ball?

17. When activated, will the tubes release more than one ball?

18. When does the demonstration video come out for this challenge?

Sincerely,

Eric Friestedt

Team Captain of the Sea Orbiters

Re: ORBS Challenge
Posted by Bronwyn Korchnak at 2016-03-16 07:50:33

Eric,

Not sure if you found what you were looking for but it can all be found I believe

at http://www.seaperch.org/challenge_rules.  Scroll to the bottom and there is a bunch about the orb challenge..

Bronwyn

Eric Friestedt wrote on 2015-11-04 10:38:50:

1. How long are the tubes that contain the three different sized balls?

2. Are the tubes different lengths?

3. How far apart are these tubes?

4. How are these tubes mounted to the floor of the pool?

5. How many balls of each size are in each sized tube?

6. Where are the surface containers to store the balls?

7. Are there multiple containers for these balls?

8. If there are multiple containers, how far apart are they?

9. Are there also multiple containers underwater for the balls?

10. What are the dimensions of these containers?

11. How many points are scored for each ball?

12. What are the balls made from? What material?

13. Are these balls hollow? What is the mass of each ball?

14. What is the difference in points for balls scored on the surface rather than underwater?

15. How far from the wall is this task?

16. How are the tubes activated to release a ball?

17. When activated, will the tubes release more than one ball?

18. When does the demonstration video come out for this challenge?

Sincerely,

Eric Friestedt

Team Captain of the Sea Orbiters



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