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Seven stones old

Scoring:

  • For each multi-color box kept over the colored stripe will be awarded 20 points.

  • If a team keeps all the multi colored boxes within 6min, before the other team does and releases the Shooting bot, extra 50 points will be awarded.

  • For keeping each box on the stack, 15 points for larger black box and 20 points for smaller black box will be rewarded.

  • If a team completes the stacking of 7 boxes first they will get 100 points

  • Touching the obstacles in the Gate 2 brings a penalty of 5 points for each obstacle touched.

  • If the ball hits the stack (single colored boxes inside the stack circle) 10 points will be awarded for each hit.

  • If team hits the stacker bot, 20 points will be awarded for each hit.

  • If a team hits the opponent’s attacker bot when in stack arena, 30 points will be awarded for each hit.

 

Judging criteria:

  • Participant start with zero points

  • For each correctly placed colored box +20 and the first to finish placing all the boxes +50.

  • Shooting bot crossing the obstacle +50.

  • Shooting the box or the bot from zone A -20, from zone B -30, from zone C -40 for the opponent team.

  • Each time the box is hit – (denomination of the box)

  • Each time the bot is hit ,the bot must go into the freezing zone within 20 seconds ,for each extra 5 secs taken -20

  • Participant who scores the highest wins.

 

    

The problem statement is quite simple, the match ends when either of the team stacks seven boxes (either small or big) in the stacking circle present in the stack zone. The team with the higher score is the winner. Each match will be between two teams (Team 1 and Team 2). The participant should build:

  • One stack bot (pick and place bot) that is capable of moving the cubes and at the same time it should be able to rotate the cubes according to their color. The bot must be able to stack boxes of the sizes mentioned below one over the other.

  • One Attack bot that is capable of aligning and shooting table tennis balls at the opponent’s stack of boxes or the opponents stack bot. The bot must be able to cross the different arena to reach the shooting quadrant.

1. What is the maximum number of people in a team?

     Maximum of 6 people in a team are allowed.

 

2. Is it necessary that all the team members should be from the same college?

     No, It is not mandatory that all the team members should be from the same college.

 

3. Can any part of robot detach from itself?

     No, any kind of separation or detaching things from the robot is not allowed

 

4. Is it compulsory to make two bots for participating in the competition?

    No,the participants can also come with the stacking bot alone (but making a stacking bot is mandatory ).

 

5. Will the ping pong ball be provided by the organizers?

    Yes ,the ping pong balls will be provided by the organizers.

 

6. Is it mandatory to load 3 ping pong ball every time?

    No, 3 ping pong ball will be given to the participants each time the bot enters the loading zone, the participants can use any number of them to load(lesser than 3).

 

7. Will points be deducted if the participant controlling the bot obstructs the ball?

    The participants will be given specific areas only within which they can control the bot in such a way that they do not obstruct the game .

 

Akshay P Roy           

Formula: 0

 

C Mohan        

Formula: 1

 

Formula: 2

 

 

 

Faculty Advisor

K.Srinivasan

Assistant Professor

Department- Instrumentation and control engineering

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