The 31st APEC Micromouse Competition was held on March 27th, 2017 at Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, USA.
There a typically 2 paths for this maze, marked in blue and black, where the blue one has 108 cells and the black one has 110 cells
Here is the status analysis for these 2 paths:
I have to say the competition this year is quite exciting even though I watched the event through internet.
Here are the results:
Classic Size Professional Class:
Although there are 2 continuous v-turns on this maze, only the TEAL and the BLACK paths are considered as the faste[……]
The 2016 All Japan Micromouse Competition (37th) will taken place in Meisei University Hino Campus, Japan, on November 18-20(GMT+9).
Same as before, the Friday will be the day for all entries to test their robot in the same room for the contest. Saturda[……]
source of photo
The 12th TMIRC(Taiwan Micromouse&Intelligent Robot Contest)was taken place at Taiwan Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, on Sunday, September 11th.
There are 2 typical paths for this maze design, where the Green path was chosen[……]
I was asked by Mr Peter Harrison if I was able to contribute something for Minos 2016 hosted at UK. I took some of my times and made a pre-recorded video to intemperate the idea of the power system design on my latest Micromouse, Green Giant 5.17V.
The subject of the presentation is:
Since Most of the student Micromouse Competitions are taken place on Spring, here I am listing all the IEEE regionals and local/national competitions this school year.
IEEE Region 1
location: Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), New Britain, CT
Date: April 16-17, 2016
Here are the video, I put them into a playlist so you don’t have to scroll all the wall down to watch all the videos. I will update compilation video once I finish it.
Please click the top left corner of the video to display the playlist when playing
The 30th APEC Micromouse Competition was held on March 21st, 2016 at Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach.
The image above is the maze for this competition, and there were typically 2 paths for speed runs, Marked in Blue and Green. If the mouse successfully made search on the way to cente[……]
Classic Micromouse Expert group Final Results:
Green Path: 113 cells 17 turns
Purple Path: 88 cells 34 turns
The 1st and 2nd places chose the purple path, and they are vacuum design
The 6th place(Ng BengKiat) chose the green path, however he only made 1 speed without the max setti[……]