Greetings FIRST-FRC Teams:
An exciting opportunity is available for your team to greatly increase its contact and collaboration with other FRC teams. Need some urgent help with programming? Want to show off your latest prototype? How many teams are also working late tonight? Imagine being able to meet face-to-face with your pick of many other FRC teams at any time during the hectic build season to seek help, share ideas, or offer your expertise!
FRSee is a virtual collaboration network of FIRST-FRC teams that stay in touch via Skype video conferencing. While video-calling between FIRST teams is nothing new, getting them organized into a single nationwide network is. By logging into the FRSee network during their build season working hours, teams can instantly seek or provide help at any time by browsing the list of online teams, and initiating a video call. The more teams that participate, the larger the collaboration community will be. The number of teams available to contact could grow into the hundreds.
How can you participate?
It’s easy. Read the following Getting Started Guide to learn how to install Skype on your computer, register with FRSee, update your contact list, and you’re in!
FRSee is administered by Team 1986, Team Titanium from Lee’s Summit, Mo. Once you register with FRSee, we’ll keep you continually updated with the latest contact list of FRSee teams and other updates.
Have questions or need help getting started? Drop us an email at FRSee.firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our Skype account FRSee_admin.
- Getting Started Guide - This guide contains everything you need to know to get connected to FRSee.
- Skype.com - Download the Skype program and sign up for your Skype account here.
- FRSee Team List - While we should be able to send all team contacts through Skype, this list can also be used to make sure you have every team contact.