Bot Pull

Dance that show the richness of our culture

There’s perhaps no better way to explore the vast cultural landscape of India than through its folk song and dance. Each state and region offers a unique glimpse and taste into its way of life, rituals and traditions. And the more you explore, the more you realize that although they all tell the same story, what’s truly magical is how different they still are from each other.

Bot Pull

Details

    1. The event will be held on a concrete road.
    2. There will be knockout rounds, hence only the strongest and the BEST would win.
    3. The bots must be designed such that they can pull the opponent's bot tied by a rope.
    4. The bots should cross the finish line with rope still attached to it.
    5. The finish line would be approximately 2m away from the start.
    6. Participants can use any number of wheels, motors etc. No prohibition is there in use of components for making the bot as long as it complies with the physical dimensions of the bot.


In action

    1. Only one participant from each team will be allowed to control the bot.
    2. The rope would be held in a fixed position by a committee member.
    3. A signal would be given after which participants have to start their bots.
    4. No participant can pull the bot with the help of the wire attached to the remote and bot. If found doing so, the team will be immediately disqualified.
    5. If the bot is not a remote controlled bot, participants will turn the bot on and leave the arena within 10 seconds.
    6. After 10 seconds, the rope will be released and the bot crossing it's finish line will wins and will proceed to next round.
    7. The time limit for a round is 2 minutes. If none of the bots could cross the finish line in the given time, the bot farther away will be declared as the winner.


Bot specifications

(physical dimensions)

    1. The bot should fit in a cube of dimension 300mm*300mm*300mm.
    2. It should not weigh more than 5kg.
    3. Bot must have a strong hook attached to it so as to fasten the rope. If the rope slips out of hook or the hook breaks, you lose that round and apparently the competition.
    4. Bot must have an on board power supply. (Battery or any other kind of power supply must be on the bot only)


Rules

    1. No human interaction will be allowed once the round has started.
    2. No one except one member from the team is allowed in the arena.
    3. Your bot should not cause any damage to the opponent's bot.
    4. The round will be played again if the rope breaks.
    5. You cannot change your bot or perform any modifications (changing of battery , motors etc ) during the course of event.
    6. LEGO kits are not allowed for the event.


Contact

    For further enquiry contact:
    Varinder Kaur : 8872992105
    Priya : 8699368645

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