The RoboGames 2012 results have been posted. As expected, the US won the most medals (92), which is natural given the home court advantage. Mexico placed second (22), followed by Korea in third (14). Japan captured fourth place with 6 Gold including Best of Show, 2 Silver, and 2 Bronze metals.
On the bus from the hotel this morning.
Some people may feel that we're just clowning around, but the ComBots robot action is real and unbelievably intense at RoboGames 2012. Here's a quick video sample from yesterday's preliminary matches.
Come on out to RoboGames with the whole family!
The ROBO-ONE Light series of competitions was developed to encourage novice humanoid robot builders to participate in the ROBO-ONE initiative. In other words, the ROBO-ONE organizers wanted to attract "new blood" and revitalize the movement.
All of the robots have to be based on robot kits from a list of authorized manufacturers and models. However, many of the builders have heavily modified the hardware and software to give them a bigger competitive advantage in the ring.