Robofest 2000 Rules and Team Responsibilities
- Photo Release Form
- Must provide an official e-mail address for team. E-mail is the primary communication
method. The e-mail address may be that of a teacher, or mentor or captain.
- If your team is participating in more than one game, it is the team's
to transform their robot
to another game as quckly as possible. However, it is recommended that a lego
robot be brought for each game.
- Find a team sponsor or sponsors
- Since candle lights are dangerous, junior division teams must have a teacher/mentor/adult
if they are to participate in Robo Firefighter Race.
- Contact local media like your local newspaper for publicity
- Bring your cheering squad on the day of the competition! Admission is free.
- First, second, and third place winners of each category must submit program
source code(s) to the RoboFest 2000 committee.
- Items to bring on the day of competition
- Two letter size (8 1/2 x 11") banners including team name, logo,
team members, and
sponsor names, if any.
- Teams must bring their own computers / laptops to the tournament to modify
if needed. The pit and practice area will have outlets for your computers.
- A cardboard garage to house RCX to prevent interference from other RCX while
- Playing field bookshelves, if necessary. (There will be 2 practice fields for
each game in the gym.)
- Must report to the registration desk on the day of competition by 1:00 p.m.
Registration begins at noon.
- When you register your team on the day of the competition,
your robot(s) will be inspected by an instection team.
Before each game, a referee will re-inspect the robot,
If the robot is disqualified, then it loses the game.
- It is recommended that a team website be setup, if possible.
Please let us know if you have
one so that we may make a link on our RoboFest website.