Today was a long day for all teams.
The morning saw the remaining preliminary games (two per team). After we fixed an issue in the walking code, and added a motion to roll from the front to the back to be able to always get back up, we were quite optimistic that we would score […]
Today were the first half of the preliminaries (round robin). We played two games, which you can see below in the recorded live-streams the Hamburg Bit-Bots provided.
Alan taking possession of the ball.
We tied 0:0 in both games. However we managed to gain possession of the ball quite often […]
Yesterday was the second and last setup day. We spent a lot of time testing and improving the robot software in the morning, in anticipation of a friendly game against the Hamburg Bit-Bots in the afternoon. Progress was good, we managed to get the walking more stable and standing up at least from the back […]
Yesterday morning (Wednesday) we arrived in the lab early in the morning and drove to RoboCup German Open in Magdeburg. After arriving and unloading the cars, the first task was to inspect the playing field. As you know this year’s rules require a new, more challenging ball (at least 50% white, not the uniform orange […]
The final against Team Parand: It was an exciting and nerve-wrecking match, in which both robots and humans had to give all they could.
Even though the preparations were going well and finished on time, there were some technical issues which made some of our players miss valuable gametime.
Striker Emmy still managed […]
We reached the finals!
Short recap of the match day:
One thing worth pointing out how well the players communicated with another. The goalie Grace for example told Alan that he was dribbling towards the wrong goal, which allowed him to reorientate himself.
The first game against the Hamburg BitBots was exciting as always, […]
Today we have won all our three games with a score of 1:0, so tomorrow we are going to the final! Look forward to an evening update with pics
The friendly match on Tuesday against our friends, the Hamburg BitBots, provided us with enough material to be busy coding a long way into the night. But the hassle paid off:
The next morning, in our first game against the Iranian team Parand, we still encountered problems, but a lot less. The Parand strikers […]
Happy Easter, dear Fans and fellow FUmanoids! Our easter-weekend was pretty busy: filled with preparations and teambuilding exercises in beautiful surroundings (look at those mountains!).
Yesterday was the first setup-day on location and the first chance to test the robots on the playing field while around us the exhibition was being […]
All humanoids (both in flesh and steel) arrived safe and sound and were welcomed warmly by the hosts of the Iran Open RoboCup 2015. We are all excited and hope that you are, too! We will keep you up to date about the competition, stay tuned and keep your fingers crossed!