Lancaster, CA

System to alert college students of potential dangers in their proximity

Recent Team Blogs

June 5, 2018
Today we finally opened the 3D printers and have begun working with them. We hope to be done with everything by the end of this week, and so far, we have been working with Dr. Peters non-stop. The app has been progressing greatly, there have been complications with the index, but they are working...
June 5, 2018
This weekend, our InvenTeam was given an amazing opportunity to visit Facebook’s Headquarters located in Menlo Park, CA. We took 2 vans on a 6 hour long drive up north, last Sunday, and our first stop was Stanford University, in Palo Alto. We were extremely tired from the long drive,...
May 29, 2018
As EurekaFest is inching closer and closer, our team has been preparing the final preparations for our invention. Our circuit boards arrive tomorrow and Dinsmore Inc. is currently finalizing the circuits that will hopefully arrive soon. If everything goes as planned, we will begin to start...
May 17, 2018
Yesterday, May 16, 2018, our team member Wesley Rather took a trip down to Valencia, CA to seek advice and assistance from Mark DeSantis. DeSantis is an electrical engineer specializing in circuit board design as well as the owner of a company by the name of Valencia Circuit Works. Overall, the...
May 9, 2018
Yesterday, May 7, 2018, 6 members of our InvenTeam took a 3 hour van ride to Irvine, CA to meet with the head engineer—Dale—at Dinsmore Incorporated, a production company that specializes in 3D printing, in hopes that they would be able help us with the software components of our...
April 25, 2018
Over the recent weekend, members of our own InvenTeam went to the annual California Poppy Festival held in our very own hometown, Lancaster, on April 21st and 22nd. While helping SOAR High School’s ASB sell drinks at the festival, the InvenTeam members passed out flyers that we personally...
February 11, 2018
We would also like to honorably mention Krispy Kreme, a staple for every meeting.
February 11, 2018
Since January, our team has been preparing for the official mid-grant technical review where we will showcase our invention, eris, so far along with the progress we made to officials from MIT and the community in hopes of receiving constructive feedback. Currently, our tech team has gotten both...
January 4, 2018
Our team has officially started the building of Iris. We are currently working on getting the basics of wired connections. Firstly, we began to connect our Arduino and any sensor to the main breadboard. Then, we connect the sensors to each other and the Arduino. After that, we connect power...
November 15, 2017
On November 2nd, our InvenTeam presented Iris in front of fellow teachers, administrators, and leaders within the community and beyond. It was one of many presentations to come and we are extremely proud of how far we’ve come with our invention and how far we will go in the future. It was...
November 8, 2017
Recently, various middle and high schools in and around the Antelope Valley have teamed up to form the Antelope Valley InvenTeam Initiative. The goal of this initiative is to teach other schools how to build their own InvenTeam within their school and how to make it successful. Our InvenTeam will...