Nov 9, 2015

Robot Pro-Wrestling Match, `Dekinnoka!26` took place in Soka City (Nov 3, 2015)

Robot Professional Wrestling Match, `Dekinnoka!26`, sponsored by Omata-san took place in Soka City on Nov 3, 2015 during Soka Fusasara Festival 2015.   Two pre-matches and 4 matches were carried out in the 26th.   Six matches started at 2:15 pm.   Results of all matches were reported here and details were also reported in Sanzaisan's blog (in Japanese).

 

The 1st pre-match: Zellfar vs Billy-nyan Kid. The winner was Billy-nyan Kid.
  


Opening Match: Shisenkai Battle Royal by Afuro, Tokotokomaru, Metalic-Fighter, R-Blue, Kumataro.  The winner was Kumataro.



`Dekinnoka!` in Japanese, means `Can you do it?`. As Omata-san has been loving real professional wrestling, the 1st Robot Professional Wrestling in Soka on Nov. 3rd, 2008 was planned and held by him.

He explained the 'Robot Professional Wrestling' was not 'Wrestling' but 'Fighting Arts'. The purpose of `Dekinnoka!` was not only robot fight but also to inform pleasure of robot. He planned not only wrestling match but also the back story of each wrestler character such as a real pro-wrestling match.

Robot Pro-Wrestling `Dekinnoka!` took place  during 8 years. `Deknnoka!` has been also supported by the members of Kanto-Robot-Training-Group.

Reports of `Dekinnoka!`, `Dekinnoka!2`, `Dekinnoka!3`, `Dekinnoka!5`, 'Dekinnoka!6' , Dekinnoka!7' , `Dekinnoka!8`  , `Dekinnoka!9` , `Dekinnoka!10`,`Dekinnoka!10.5`Dekinnoka!11 , Dekinnoka!13, Dekinnoka!16 and Dekinnoka!18 have been uploaded in this blog. Videos were also uploaded to the 'Dekinnoka Official Site` by Omata-san. You can watch the details of the Robot Professional Wrestling results and videos by clicking each 28 poster of Deinnoka!

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Oct 18, 2015

ROBO-ONE Light 11th Biped Robot Fight Tournament (Sep 26, 2015)

ROBO-ONE 27th sponsored by Biped Robot Association, took place at Kanagawa Seishounen Center in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Pref. on Sep 26th and 27th, 2015.    ROBO-ONE Light 11th took place on Sep 26th, 4.5m Footrace took place as the preliminary ROBO-ONE Tournament on Sep 26th and the main event ROBO-ONE 27th Final Tournament took place on Sep 27th.

ROBO-ONE Light 11th

ROBO-ONE Light is a robot fight tournament for robots on the market, which are officially recognized by ROBO-ONE Committee. Beginner, who gets robot from the market and want to attend the ROBO-ONE Tournament, can attend the competition with his robot which is made from just robot kit. Custom-built robot, just the weight 1 kg or under (UK1) also can attend the tournament.

The regulations are as follows;
1) Officially recognized robot regulation
Robots on the market, officially recognized by ROBO-ONE Committee, can attend the competition whether the robot adapt ROBO-ONE Light 11th regulation nor not. Remodeling is prohibited. Head parts can be remodeled and also covering robot body with plastic or paper is permitted.
2) Custom-built robot weight except for the officially recognized robot is 1 kg or under (UK1), custom-built robots weight which are light class rank of the 1st to 3rd is 0.8 kg or under and the robot has to adapt ROBO-ONE 27th regulation.

In the tournament, custom-built robots handicapped by about 500 g compared with officially recognized kits such as KHR-3HV.  It was interesting that how builder of custom robot UK1 overcame the weight handicap and which robot kit was able to win the tournament. However, it is necessary for getting championship of robot fight tournament to carry 3 important factors such as good body, good motion and good control.

Fifty-seven robots joined the 11th tournament. More than 32 robots were custom-built robot, UK1 (1kg or under). Other robots were officially recognized robots such as KHR-3HV.

Custom-built UK1 robots could overcome the weight handicap 500g.   The Champion, Momotaro by Osaka Sangyo University Bunkakai Techno-freak Club was a custom-built robot, the 2nd place, Kobis by Bisko-san was KHR-3HV and the 3rd place, Innocent by Kobe Science Technological High School was custom-built robot.  The 4th place, Little Puni by Osaka Sangyo University Bunkakai Techno-freak Club was also custom-built robot.  The results are here.

Biped Robot Association uploaded videos of ROBO-ONE Light 11th to YouTube ROBO-ONE Channel. Sanzai-san reported the details of  the 11th in his blog (in Japanese).

Semifinal 1st Match; Little Puni vs Momotaro
The winner was Momotaro.


For the 3rd Place Match; Little Puni vs Innocent
The winner was Innocent.


Final Match; Momotaro vs Kobis
The winner was Momotaro.


ROBO-ONE Light 1st took place on Mar 20, 2010,  ROBO-ONE Light 2nd on May 22, 2010, ROBO-ONE Light 3rd on Oct 8, 2011, ROBO-ONE Light 4th on Mar 24, 2012,  ROBO-ONE Light 5th on Sep 1, 2012 and ROBO-ONE Light 10th on Mar 14, 2015.  The details were reported in this blog.

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Oct 4, 2015

ROBO-ONE 27th Biped Robot Fight Tournamnt (Sep 26-27 , 2015)

ROBO-ONE 27th sponsored by Biped Robot Association, took place at Kanagawa Seishounen Center in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Pref. on Sep 26th and 27th, 2015.    ROBO-ONE Light 11th took place on Sep 26th, 4.5m Footrace took place as the preliminary ROBO-ONE Tournament on Sep 26th and the main event ROBO-ONE 27th Final Tournament took place on Sep 27th.

Regulations of ROBO-ONE 27th
The major regulation was the weight of robot, which was 3 kg or under 3 kg.  Details of the body regulation were almost the same as those of the 26th.  Side punch has been prohibited since ROBO-ONE 23rd Tournament in the robot fight.

ROBO-ONE 27th was held as the tournament with 48 robots, 45 upper place robots in the preliminary 4.5 m Footrace including winners of the local robot competitions or honor robots.  One hundred and seventeen robots joined the competition.

4.5 m Footrace
Four meters and 50 cm Footrace was carried out as the preliminary competition to select 48 robots and to decide the tournament order.  Robots had to walk 4.5 m course with 90 cm width within 1 minute.  Since the 24rd,  thin rubbers under 2 mm was pasted on the board in the course.   Each robot time record taken 4.5 m walk, or the distance from start point if robot could not walk within 1 minute, or robot fell down from the course was recorded.

Each robot tried just one time Footrace. The 4.5 m course pasted with thin rubbers in the course, seemed to be not flat.  Therefore, it was not easy to walk through 4.5 m course for most of robots.    All robots walked the course within 1 minute, passed the preliminary competition.   The result of the preliminary 4.5 m Footrace is here.

The 1st place was Frosty by 4.16 seconds, the 2nd place was HAUSER by 11.81 seconds and the 3rd place was Chromkid by 11.99 seconds.

The 1st place; Frosty 4.16 seconds


Just 56 robots could reach the goal within 1 minute. Upper 21 robots were under 20 seconds, the 22nd to 40th place robots were under 30 seconds and the 45th could join final fight by 33.75 seconds.

Some female doll robots also joined the preliminary 4.5 m Footrace.   The most remarkable robot was a female robot, ST-00. She walked with elegance by 51.21seconds which was the 54th place.



Sanzai-san also reported results (in Japanese).

ROBO-ONE 27th Tournament (3 kg or Under)

The tournament winner was Monolis by Sibaura Institute Technology SRDC.  The 2nd place was Chromkid by Kupakuma.  The 3rd place was Neutrino-Giallo by Hida-Kamioka High School (Hida-Kami Robo Club) .   Result of the tournament is here.

All videos of ROBO-ONE 27th tournament were uploaded to Youtube ROBO-ONE Channel by  Biped Robot Association.  Sanzai-san also reported the details of  results.

Videos of the semifinal, for 3rd place and final matches were as follows;

Semifinal, 1st Match: Chromkid vs Newtrino-Giallo
The winner was Chromkid.



Mar 31, 2015

ROBO-ONE Light 10th Biped Robot Fight Tournament (Mar 14, 2015)


ROBO-ONE 26th sponsored by Biped Robot Association, took place at Amyu-Atsugi in Atsugi City, Kanagawa Pref. on Mar 14th and 15th, 2015.    ROBO-ONE Light 10th took place on Feb 14th, 4.5m Footrace took place as the preliminary ROBO-ONE Tournament on Sep 14th and the main event ROBO-ONE 26th Final Tournament took place on Sep 15th.

ROBO-ONE Light 10th

ROBO-ONE Light is a robot fight tournament for robots on the market, which are officially recognized by ROBO-ONE Committee. Beginner, who gets robot from the market and want to attend the ROBO-ONE Tournament, also can attend the competition with his robot which is made from just robot kit. Custom-built robot, just the weight 1 kg or under (UK1) also can attend the tournament.

The regulations are as follows;
1) Officially recognized robot regulation
Robots on the market, officially recognized by ROBO-ONE Committee, can attend the competition whether the robot adapt ROBO-ONE Light 10th regulation nor not. Remodeling is prohibited. Head parts can be remodeled and also covering robot body with plastic or paper is permitted.
2) Robot weight except for the officially recognized robot is 1 kg or under (UK1) and the robot has to adapt ROBO-ONE 26th regulation.

In the tournament, custom-built robots handicapped by about 500 g compared with officially recognized kits such as KHR-3HV.  It was interesting that how builder of custom robot UK1 overcame the weight handicap and which robot kit was able to win the tournament. However, it is necessary for getting championship of robot fight tournament to carry 3 important factors such as good body, good motion and good control.

Seventy-two robots joined the 10th tournament. The half of the robots joined were officially recognized robots such as KHR-3HV, DARwIn-mini and the half were custom-built robots UK1 (1kg or under).

Custom-built UK1 robots could overcome the weight handicap 500g.   The Champion was Simplefighter Light by Zeno, the 2nd place was Worst Juraru Queen by Daido University Robot Research Club and the 3rd place was Rhapsody by Kobe Science Technological High School.  The results are here.

All videos of ROBO-ONE Light 10th were uploaded to YouTube Channel by Ritsumeikan University Robot Technology Research Club.  Biped Robot Association also uploaded videos of the 10th to YouTube ROBO-ONE Channel. Sanzai-san reported the details of  the 10th in his blog (in Japanese).

Semifinal 1st Match; Rhapsody vs Worst Juraru Queen


The 23rd Robot Survival Game at Mokei-juku in Tokyo (Mar 29, 2015)

The 23rd Robot Survival Game took place at Mokei-juku in Tokyo on Mar 29, 2015.   Five robots as BLACK TIGER L46 (IKETOMU), Denryu (Gons) , Sakura-2gou (Yoshisda),  SR1 (SR-COM) and Tiger-kai2 joined the 23rd Survival Game.   All robots were controlled by camera system in all battles.

 
Eighteen Games such as 5 Combat Shooting, 2 Handicap Duel Fight, 4 Duel Fight, 5 Extermination Battle and 2 Battle Royal (Rumble Battle) were carried out in the 23rd.  All games of videos were uploaded to IKETOMU Channel .

Combat Shooting :
Combat shooting is a practice game for training of shoot skill.  Robot moves to the shooting place from the starting point and shoots the target. Robot has to go to the shooting place for easy shooting.  The target was a small can covered with aluminum foil.  Shooting of the center place of the target got bonus points.

Five robots joined the 23rd were as follows;

Combat Shooting 1: BLACK TIGER L46 (IKETOMU),  1 minute 54 seconds,  1 point.


Combat Shooting 2: Denryu (Gons), 18 seconds, 3 points


Combat Shooting 3: Sakura-2gou (Yoshida), 1 minute 21 seconds,  3 points