In this post, I am going to talk about how to use side sensors or diagonal sensors to correct longitude position by detecting wall-to-no-wall transition or post-to-post-transition.
Other than using front sensors to correct longitudinal when front wall is available, using side or diagonal sens[......]
The First All America Micromouse Competitoin was held on Sunday, May 26th, 2013 on UCLA Campus.
The Maze was set up on Saturday, May 25th, 5PM. I was there early so I helped them to set up the practice maze for all contestants to practice over night. The All Japan 2012 expert[......]
I had all great moment of the game edited into this 25-minute-long video.
The report will come soon.
Here is the maze. The shortest path has 51 cells. I will talk about more on the report
Maze is nicely designed by Professor Ng Beng Kiat, the world chanpion of 2011 All Japan Micromouse Competition who made the 3.9 seconds fastest run.
Video for his run. This video is the most clicked vide[......]
2013 All America Micromouse Competition is only 2 days away, I wasn’t really intend to fix my existing bug for my halfway done diagonal run at beginning. However, I just spent a day do have most of the problem solved and made a test run.
Firstly, I made a full blind test diagonal run at 0.5m/s av[......]
Picture taken by UCSD IEEE
I participated CAMM 2013 last weekend, generally that was a pretty good event, and I had lots of fun there after all.
Since the competition starts at 8:00 AM Sunday, May 12th, UCSD IEEE provided a practice session from Saturday 10AM until 8:00 AM Sunday.
The annual event All America Micromouse Competition is taking place on Sunday, May 26th, 2013, from 9AM to 5PM at Engineering IV building room 53-125(tesla room) at UCLA campus. Entries are open to all college students, including both graduate and undergraduate students in United States and entry is[......]
My conclusion for all Mice this year:
1. More Mice are designed on PCB instead of perfboard makes more professional and reliable.
2. 3D printing is widely used for better component mounting.
3. Majority are still using Arduino based MicroController such as Arduino, Teensy and maple.[......]
CAMM(California Micromouse Competition) will take place on Sunday May 12th, 2013 at University of California, San Diego. The Competition is currently open to college students only, and lots of team will compete in this event even include team from China and Europe.
Since what I know is they are s[......]