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Best of Show Rules

Name of Event: Open/Best of Show
Robots per Event: One
Length of Event: Open
Robot Weight Range: Open
Robot Dimensions: Open
Arena Specifications: None
Robot Control: Autonomous or Remote-control
Engineering Principles: Art, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, etc
Event Summary: This is the anything goes category. For people with cool robots that don't fit into any category,
         

Any robot may compete. This competition is specifically designed for those robots which don't fit into any other category. The robot can have any fuction, or no function at all.

Robots will be judged by multiple judges, each grading on a 30 point scale - 1-10 points being given in each of the below categories. Their scores will be added together and averaged.

  • Originality: Is this robot unique? Are there any others like it?
  • Functionality: Does this robot complete a function that could be readily useful?
  • Aesthetics: Does it look cool?board processing is there? How long can it go on a single power charge? How far?

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