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Develop an entry for Imagine cup without any hardware using MSRDS RRS feed

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    i just want to ask whether its possible to develop an entry for imaginecup robotics competition round1 problem( sumo cup challenge) without possessing any hardware( i mean any kit) and with just simply using MSRDS.
    Friday, November 7, 2008 11:31 AM

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  • Yes, You can develop an entry to imaginecup robotics competition round1 problem without any hardware. All what you have to do to download and install MRDS and sumo challange kit from this link:-
    http://www.robochamps.com/rc/info/Downloads/challenges.aspx

    You will develop your entry and algorithm using virtual robot under MRDS simulation world.

    I wish this help you.

    regards,
    Amit
    Friday, November 7, 2008 10:36 PM

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  • Yes, You can develop an entry to imaginecup robotics competition round1 problem without any hardware. All what you have to do to download and install MRDS and sumo challange kit from this link:-
    http://www.robochamps.com/rc/info/Downloads/challenges.aspx

    You will develop your entry and algorithm using virtual robot under MRDS simulation world.

    I wish this help you.

    regards,
    Amit
    Friday, November 7, 2008 10:36 PM
  •  Amit Najjar wrote:
    Yes, You can develop an entry to imaginecup robotics competition round1 problem without any hardware. All what you have to do to download and install MRDS and sumo challange kit from this link:-
    http://www.robochamps.com/rc/info/Downloads/challenges.aspx

    You will develop your entry and algorithm using virtual robot under MRDS simulation world.

    I wish this help you.

    regards,
    Amit



    thanx amit, it was very assuring to know.
    can you please guide me throught the steps to do the same. i'm not trying to get everything cooked but i'm a newbie in this virtual simulation so i exactly dont know how things work here. this would be very greatful if somebody can guide me through the steps regarding virtual simulation and is this necessary to program in VPL. i have a good command over c++ and .net so is there any problem if i program in any one of them and exactly what i need to do after programming?

    Sunday, November 9, 2008 1:36 PM