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1996 Australian Robotics Championships


The ACS Robotics SIG and the University of Queensland are proud to bring you the first Australian Robotics Championships. Combining the annual Australian Micromouse competition (sponsored by UQ) and the inagural Sumo Wrestling Championship (sponsored by ACS), this competition was held at the Suncorp Piazza at Southbank on 24th November.


* Sumo Wrestling

Based on real Sumo Wrestling rules, your autonomous robot is required to locate and push, flip, roll, shove, throw, hurl, or otherwise remove the opposing robot from a 1.5m ring in the shortest period of time. Originally initiated in Japan, Sumo Wrestling competitions have spread to robotics competions all around the world.

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* Micromouse

Your autonomous robot (micromouse) must negotiate a unconnected maze from an outside corner to the middle in the shortest possible time without crashing. Since its invention at MIT in 1979, the Micromouse competition has been upheld as one of the great challenges for every robot enthusiast.

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