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EXPLORING PROFESSION COURSE, PROJECT DEFINITION DOCUMENT PROJECT 2 (SUMO ROBOT)                                            v1.0 1 - Introduction This project requires working in a team that consists of 2 or 3 students to design and built a sumo robot. Sumo robot wrestling is a contest where two LEGO robot contestants try to push each other out of a circular ring. The first robot to touch the floor outside of the ring loses. The last robot remaining in the ring wins. 2 - Educational Goals To provide students with hands on experience building a simple programmable robot. To  demonstrate  that  engineering  projects  typically  involve  a multitude   of  skills and knowledge from many subject areas. To familiarize students with the design process. To introduce students to the basics of computer programming. To spark students' interest in Science and Technology. 3- Objective The objective in this project is to push the opponent to the outside of the ring area. The details about the ring is listed in the table below.  There are 2 versions of the ring. Your robot should be capable of adapting to both versions. Ring Name Ring Diameter ( Black area) Border Width  (White circular area) Exterior diameter  (Outer edge of the border) v1 66 cm 5 cm 71 cm v2 72 cm 5 cm 77 cm Table 1: Ring dimensions Figure 1: Sumo robot contest with EV3
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4- Rules The following set of constraints must be adhered to during the implementation of your respective   designs.   If   you   need   further   clarification,   ask   before   you   implement.   It   is   team members' responsibility to make sure their robot adheres to the rules listed. Robots that do not obey to the rules will be disqualified. Weight:   The total weight limit for a robot is 1 kg. All robots will be subject to a weigh- in process at the beginning of the tournament to determine their weight.
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