RoboCup Junior - web.eecs.umich.edu

RoboCup Junior - web.eecs.umich.edu

RoboCup Junior July 2-8th, 2007 Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Institute of Technology Background It began in 1998 as a demonstration with the RoboCup in Paris. The first RoboCup Junior Tournament was held in Melbourne, Australia in 2000. There were

25 teams from 3 countries. The first RoboCup in Australia Background Continued In 2006, there were 240 teams selected from 22 countries held in Bremen, Germany. Challenges RoboCup Junior offers several challenges:

Soccer: 2 on 2 teams of robots play games with an electronic ball in an enclosed field Rescue : Robots race to identify victims lost in re-created disaster scenarios. Dance: One or more robots wear costumes and move creatively to music. rcj2003_movie.mov

Soccer For the soccer challenge, you must use an electronic soccer ball which emits infra-red light and greyscale mat which covers the floor of the soccer field. 2-on-2 teams of autonomous mobile robots play in a highly dynamic environment, tracking a special light-emitting ball in an enclosed, landmarked field.

Rescue Robots identify victims within a re-created disaster scenarios The scenarios vary in complexity from linefollowing on a flat surface to negotiating paths through obstacles on uneven terrain Dance One or more robots come together with

music, dressed in costume and moving in creative harmony Points are added for creativity and if the human partner is dressed in costume and dancing with the robot. Get Involved How to get involved:

Find Mrs. Wilson (room 802) or Ms. Fox (room 107) to get more details and put your teams together. We would like a couple teams to compete this year from CEC. Decide what type of robot your team wants to build (Dance, Soccer or Rescue). Have fun building your robot.

More Information Visit the RoboCup Junior website for more details on how to form teams, specific rules for each challenge, and event information. http://www.robocupjunior.org RoboCup 2007 Website http://www.robocup-us.org/

Mailing List http://agents.sci.brooklyn.cuny.edu/dev/rcj/

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