The maze file archive mentioned in my earlier post has been updated and the maze files moved to their own repository on github. The new set is better organised and contains many new mazes, including those from the New Technology Foundation archive. https://github.com/micromouseonline/mazefiles
The 2018 MINOS conference will take place on 7th and 8th April in Coventry. This is the U.K. conference for all things Micromouse. There will be presentations and demonstrations on subjects of interest, an informal dinner in the evening and a competition on the Sunday. Delegates are welcome from overseas as well as the U.K.… Read More »
MMkit is a basic stepper micromouse from Globaltronic in Portugal. here is a full set of code to turn it into a maze-solving demonstrator.
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If you search for micromouse in Spain, you are likely only to end up at a software company site. However, Miguel Sánchez de León Peque recently sent me details of a new micromouse made by him and Clara Casas Castedo and it looks great.
The Autumn event this year will be held at the Hazlemere Community centre. Doors open for competitors at 09:30 and all are welcome. If you can get there to help set up at 09:00, that would be great. Lunch will be around 1pm and we expect to be done by around 4pm with just the… Read More »
It has been a couple of weeks since returning from Taiwan. I would have written about it sooner but things did not go quite to plan robot-wise and I wanted to find out exactly what happened.