|Champions||1. 3663 - The Sentinels
2. 13300 - SAP g33k$
3. 4129 - Hammerheads
Teams were tasked with identifying a problem that can occur in the human body and creating an inventive solution. Then teams shared their project with the community and with judges at competition.
The table performance portion of Body Forward is played on a 4 ft by 8 ft field rimmed by wood boards. At competition, two of these fields are placed together to form an 8 ft square. In each 2 1/2 minute match, a team competes on each field with their robot to earn up to 400 points manipulating the mission models.
One of the mission models, the Mechanical Arm Patent, straddles both fields in the center. This model can earn points for either team, or both in the rare circumstance of simultaneous triggering.
The touch penalty objects are red blood cell models. All 11 are worth 5 points each anywhere on the field, but are removed every time the robot is touched outside of base.
All of the Body Forward missions related to various medical fields and practices. They are:
- Common Bone Repair - 25 points
- Special Bone Repair - up to 25 points
- Rapid Blood Screening - up to 40 points
- Bad Cell Destruction - up to 25 points
- Mechanical Arm Patent - 25 points
- Cardiac Patch - 20 points
- Pacemaker - 25 points
- Nerve Mapping - 15 points
- Object Control Through Thought - 20 points
- Medicine Auto-Dispensing - up to 30 points
- Robotic Sensitivity - 25 points
- Professional Teamwork - 25 points
- Bionic Eyes - 20 points
- Stent - 25 points
- Red Blood Cells - up to 55 points
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- "Body Forward theme announced at FIRST LEGO® League 2010 launch". University of Kent. 24 September 2010. Retrieved 17 November 2011.
- "2010 FLL CHALLENGE: The Project". FIRST. Retrieved 9 June 2011.