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ArtBot - Musical

Name of Event: ArtBot - Musical
Robots per Event: One
Length of Event: No limit
Robot Weight Range: No limit
Robot Dimensions: No limit
Arena Specifications: N/A
Robot Control: Autonomous
Engineering Principles: Art, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
Event Summary: Musical Robots have to play a musical instrument. It can be any kind of instrucment, but the robot/computer has to play it.
         

This doesn't have to be a traditional instrument, but it can't be a midi device with speakers. Beyond a start button or musical selection, the instrumentation cannot be played by humans.

This competition will be scored based on:

  • Creativity - Is the instrument and the way it's played unique?
  • Quality of Sound - Does it have soul, or is it flat?
  • Diversity of Sound - Are there harmonics and a wide range of notes?

Three judges will score the aesthetics and style categories on a scale of 1 to 10. Their scores will be added together and averaged.

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