We have wrote before on the general rules of the competition, but we still have some details on the missions that we would like to mention, to guarantee that you will work efficiently and properly.
Q1: For the transitions, can a team add a part below the bridge to stop it from tilting?
A1: No. That would violate the requirement from the scoring condition
Q2: Can a robot add a part that to the ball game, that will stop the other teams from pushing their ball to the center position?
A2: No, as it would affect the functionality of the mission
Q3: For the bowling, is the robot allowed to shoot the ball from a different spot other than the marked starting area.
A3: Yes. There is nothing that shows the starting position of this mission.
Q4: Can the robot change the positions of the orange medicine bottles, while keeping them on the marked line and still get scored for it.
A4: Yes, but the team has to make sure they return those to the exact position they were put at and not any position within the marked black box.
Q5: To What direction will the similarity recognition be pointing at
A5: At the start of each round the similarity recognition on each table will be pointing to the east.
Q6: What if the flowers fall of the garden, will we lose the points?
A6: No, as long as they fall while the robot is moving and you have not removed them in the base.
Q7: If the balls from the ball game fall within an area that can distract the robot’s move, will I get to repeat that mission.
A7: The judge, if asked, will remove the balls and thus they would not distract the robot’s movement or sensors during each run, if you need the balls that will fall of during the run on your table as part of your strategy, they can remain where they are if you want that.
Those are all of the questions we had for now, check this post repeatedly to stay updated on the missions status. Please make sure to read the documents as all of those rules are mentioned, watching the video is not enough. If there are any questions that you would like to ask, please write a comment or send them here: firstname.lastname@example.org
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