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Sumo Robotics Wrestling
Transcript of Sumo Robotics Wrestling
Robot should be placed in the center of the octagon (facing away form each other)
Sound Sensor Activation based on 87 Db (Starting Point)
Light Sensor (facing the floor /18”)
EV3 Sumo is a competitive competition where two autonomous robot contestants try to push or flip each other out of the ring. The first robot to touch the floor outside of the ring loses. The last robot remaining in the ring wins the round. The robot that wins the most rounds wins the contest. While pushing your opponent out of the ring is the most common way to win a round, disabling your opponent (flipping, lifting, etc.) is strongly encouraged.
Autonomous- not controlled by outside force, free from external control and constraints.
Starts by using sound sensor
Go forward for about1-2 seconds
Spins around 180 degrees
Your robot should be facing your opponent
Spin in place (Until it see other robots)
When your robot sees another robot within
14” attack (moving towards the enemy)
When the robot sees the black line back up
Everything in the blue box needs to be placed in a loop
Guideline for Programming:
Breakdown Of Robot & Program