When entering for the All Japan Micromouse contest, you have to enter a whole bunch of details about your mouse – number of wheels, types of motor, motor driver, sensor devices, gyro, CAD software. It goes on and on. I always wondered what happened to that information. This year it has been published along with… Read More »
The official results, run times and maze/track details are now available at: http://www.ntf.or.jp/mouse/micromouse2016/MM2016recode01.html
At the end of another All Japan Micromouse contest, there is plenty to look back on and lots of ideas for the future. The tide is definitely changing for the classic micromouse contest and probably also for the half-size. Fans of all kinds are everywhere.
It is with great sadness that I pass on the news of the passing of Hirofumi Tashiro. Today I received this message from Yuki Nakagawa: We have to inform you really sad news about Mr.Tashiro passed away yesterday after a long fight with cancer. Mr.Tashiro was a longtime organizer and father of Micromouse and Japanese robot… Read More »
Some pictures from the All Japan Micromouse contest 2015.
The All Japan Micromouse 2015 contest was held in Hon-Atsugi this weekend. Get all the details here.
Saturday is qualifying day for the All Japan Micromouse contest. Year on year, the contest continues to grow and the challenge is ever greater. Find out who gets through to the finals here.
The New Technology Foundation have published the detailed results of the 35th All Japan Micromouse tournament held at Tokyo Polytechnic Atsugi Campus on November 23rd 2014. http://www.ntf.or.jp/mouse/micromouse2014/MM2014recode01.html There you will find tables of all the entries with their finish positions and times as well as the details of the mazes and the line follower circuit.… Read More »
This year marked the 35th All Japan Micromouse contest and my sixth visit to Japan. My hopes were high following some small success at earlier events this year but, in Japan, the competition is stiff.