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2002 FIRST Robotics Competition Game Simulator
by: Edward Debler

_UPDATED: Specifically, all versions have been revised to correct a minor scoring discrepancy. A Mac (.sit) version has also been created.

Brian Debler (digitalgrunt.com) on behalf of myself and Team 217, Utica FIRST, has developed a 2002 FIRST Robotics Competition Game Simulator that can …_

UPDATED: Specifically, all versions have been revised to correct a minor scoring discrepancy. A Mac (.sit) version has also been created.

Brian Debler (digitalgrunt.com) on behalf of myself and Team 217, Utica FIRST, has developed a 2002 FIRST Robotics Competition Game Simulator that can assist teams with developing their game strategy as well as serve as a scoring medium. It can be executed directly from the internet or from any PC.

This graphical interface program allows the user to interact by using a computer mouse to move goals and robots to any desired zone and place balls in the goals from either the player station (orange balls) or the field (yellow balls). The program simultaneously shows the points at each zone, each alliance’s match points and qualifying points. I believe all teams will find this program very useful for strategy planning as well as keeping a running score during an actual competition match.

Chief Delphi has permission to post this program on their website for the benefit of all robotics teams provided that it is not altered or modified. We are giving this program to you as a courtesy and do not expect any compensation.

Attached to this note are two (2) versions of the program. One can be executed directly from the internet (flash format) and the other can be downloaded onto a PC computer (exe format). A MAC version will be available very soon.


1012059058first_2002.swf (59.6 KB)