VEXsorter by Philo Hurbain
This robot utilizes the VEX IQ Color sensor to detect the color of objects, and sort them. This particular build uses a distance sensor to precisely move the conveyor belt, and also has a chute to store multiple items.
VEXporter by Chris Smith
Use VEXporter as a quick and convenient way to move your VEX IQ Storage Bin about. This robot's unique drivetrain consists of 4 large sprockets wrapped in tank tread, and 2 omni-directional wheels to allow for fast, precise turns.
Orrery4 by Mike Brandl
VEX Ball Contraption
As seen at VEX Worlds, the VEX Ball Contraption is a collaborative project where users bring "moving ball" modules that are chained together. Each module must transfer, (by any means) a ball from its input to the input hopper of the next module in the chain.
VEX IQ Herobots
Each of these robots can be built using just one VEX IQ Super Kit. Every bot is unique in its own way, and teaches builders a variety of STEM concepts during construction. Which one is your favorite?
Gentile Hands by Mike Brandl
Similar to a FANUC robot, watch this robot autonomously pick up a ball, and pass it off to its other half. This motion is perfectly repeatable, and the two halves work together in sync to complete the same task.
Graffitibot by Andreas Dreier
Similar to the VEX IQ Plotter, GraffitiBot uses pre-programmed instructions to allow builders to write whatever they can imagine. Give GraffitiBot a command, and watch it elegantly write your favorite quotes, lyrics, or sayings.