I think that the cams and the triangles in the front of the robot added a lot of value due to the small amount of effort needed to complete such tasks and how it helped a lot.
This is necessary and important because without feedback improvements can't be made. That said, as a team we need to get input from the drive team as well as the other sub teams and work on solutions based off of the feedback.
These relate to how a team functions by explaining how a team should go about their business. The team should act on what things are changing around them and plan accordingly.
We could actually make paper airplanes in groups to see who's would go the furthest using specific resources and they can observe other teams doing things. The point would be to learn how to observe and make changes based off of your observations and to decide how to do things based off of those observations.
On an FRC team it would look like a bunch of people working together to make the best possible robot including mentors and students. Everyone would know what to do and would be able to complete that task without much help, but if they did need help they could check in with other teams and also check in with mentors.
I learned that even the smallest things can be the most valuable and that there are many ways to go about solving a problem. Also, that we don't always have to use our own ideas, we can use other peoples ideas to solve a problem. We can also become autonomous as a team by simply helping each other and taking responsibility.