1st Sumo - Alex Stubby, Myles Stroud, Randall Durbin, and Landon Pickard (Derby Middle School)
2nd Sumo - JW Waldschmidt (Derby Middle School)
1st IR2L - Abby Bryant and Adam Bryant (Colwich Middle School)
2nd IR2L - Joshua and David Whitman (Homeschool)
October 28, 2006
Rhatigan Student Center Ballroom (2nd floor), 2006 9AM until Noon
IR2L Competition: 9-10:15AM
SUMO Competition: 10:30-Noon
MLCAD (Beginner) 12:30-1:30 Engineering Building 209
MLCAD (Advanced Workshops) 1:30-2:30 Engineering Building 209
All on the Wichita State University Campus
WSU is hosting the second annual Fall Kickoff Challenge. This will be an informal competition open to all comers. There will be two competitions in the morning: Robotic SUMO and IR2L (International RoboticRace League). The competition is open to all (Adults and children of all ages). The competition rules are posted below for each challenge.
The workshops only have space for 23 adult participants (first registered, first served) and have the following objectives:
MLCAD (Beginner) - Create instructions using MLCAD for a simple pyramid.
MLCAD (Advanced) - - Create instructions using MLCAD and LPUB for a simple technic bumper.
Let's Have Fun!
The competition involves two Sumo 'bots competing in a circular arena. The objective of the competition is to move your opponent out of the circular arena by pushing, overturning, or other means within the allotted bout time of two (2) minutes. The winner of each competition will be the Sumo 'bot left standing or functioning in the circular arena after pushing the opponent out of the arena or the last Sumo 'bot to leave the circular arena.
|The competition involves two 'bots competing on an oval course. The objective of the competition is to complete three laps around the course ahead of your opponent. The winner of each competition will be the first 'bot to complete the three laps without any faults.|
|General Rules: This year we will have a holding area. You must be in this holding area during your scheduled time or you will forfeit that match. The time will be set at the start of the competition and for each subsequent round.|
Last updated: 11/02/2006