Posts filed under ‘Japan’
After the quick wait compared to Pleo, RoboPhilo is shipping!
“Kilroym42” said (although I have not confirmed it true) that due to recent lead paint on toys, RoboPhilo may come with decals or instructions on how to paint RoboPhilo yourself, until they receive the needed certificates to export.
Check out my previous post about RoboPhilo.
The last match at Robo-One 11 was Yokozuna Great vs. Chrome Kid, with Yokozuna Great comming out on top!
Some times it is best not to ask…
While this picture is really…Cool, the full size picture is even better!
In this small picture the writing looks like NASA, but is really NASU.
Robo-One 11 has now ended.
Below it a video of a little bit of everything that happened at Robo-One 11.
OmniZero.4 showed up at Robo-One 11 and made a startling entance (below), considering that OmniZero.4 broke one of its frame members, that Maeda-san had to fix just before geting on the built train, and he worked on it a little at the event too.
The 1st day ended with OmniZero receving first place with a really high score of 453 points. And second place going to Majingaa, with 21 points behind OmniZero at 432, which is still a very good score.
Maeda-san working on OmniZero. It looks like OmniZero.4 is controlled by a PS2 controller.
If you look closely you can see some interesting looking things that look like IR sensors, or something of that sort, on the back of OmniZero.
Looking at the robots that will be at Robo-One 11 I noticed that there are a few Manoi (KRS-LAB) going, but most of the teams that are going say thay are bringing custom robots.