Nov 29, 2013

The 10th Wandahoo Robot Carnival will take place in Mitaka City, Tokyo on Dec 7th, 2013 10th Wandahoo Robot Carnival will be held at Mitaka City Public Hall in Mitaka City, Tokyo on Dec. 7th, 2013.

The 10th Wandahoo Robot Carnival took place on Dec. 7th, 2013.  Sanzai-san reported the details in his blog (in Japasense).
 `Ustream Wandahoo Robot Carnival` is also keeping all videos.

The competition will be shown on `Ustream Wandahoo Robot Carnival` from 12:00 to 18:00 , Dec 7th 2013. (JST).

Program is as follows;
12:00 Opening Ceremony
Introduction of Participating Robots
Dash 2000
Bottle Traction
Dice Shot
Rumble Fight
Robot Fight, Final Tournament
18:00 Closing Ceremony

Wandahoo Robot Carnival is sponsored by Ishikawa-san and supported by the members of Kanto ROBOT Practice(Kanto-gumi Robot Training Meeting). Ishikawa-san and his stuffs are busy preparing USTREAM Live system of the Carnival now. Entry of the Carnival will finish on Nov. 30th, and 30 robots will join.

The Carnival is robot competition consisted with various four type games such as Dash 2000 (competition of 2 robots, 2 m U-turn course foot race; each robot gets points depended on the order of record time), Bottle Traction (pushing or pulling a basket with 500 or 1000 ml bottles for 2 m within 1 minute; points are multiplication of number of bottles and distance carried), Dice Shot (dice soccer of 2 robots; each robot gets points depended on the spots of dice shot for 2 minutes) and Cubs (team game of 3 robots each, carrying cubs to own territory for 2 minutes; winner team members get points) and Robot Fight with the best 4 robots. Therefore, this Carnival is called `Robot Olympic`.

Each robot gets points from each game. In the case of team game, winner team member robots gets points. Four robots gotten many points can join the final tournament of Robot Fight. The rest robots have Ramble Fights. Those games were planned by Ishikawa-san.
It is necessary for winner that the robot has a high activity with performance and also good luck.

The 1st Carnival took place on July 16, 2006 and then the Carnival held twice in January and July every year. From 2010, the Carnival takes place in July once a year. Animader-san painted each event poster. As for the poster gallery, click here. The theme song of Carnival also can be downloaded here.

The series of Wandahoo Robot Carnival Result; Reports are as follows;

The 1st Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Bunkyo Civic Center on July 16, 2006
The 2nd Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Bunkyo Civic Center on Jan 17, 2007
The 3rd Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Bunkyo Civic Center on July 15, 2007
The 4th Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Bunkyo Civic Center on Jan 13, 2008
The 5th Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Bunkyo Civic Center on July 20, 2008
The 6th Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Institute of Industry Promotion Kawasaki on Jan 11, 2009 :Report
The 7th Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Telecom Center on July 19, 2009 :Report
The 8th Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Electric Power Historycal Museum on July 11, 2010 :Promotion
The 9th Wandahoo Robot Carnival at Takaonomori Wakuwaku Village on July 15, 2012 :Promotion

Additional petch carnival also took place twice as follows:
"Wandahoo Robot Carnival Petit" in Soka Fusasara Festival on Nov 2, 2008 :Report
"Wandahoo Robot Carnival Petit 2" in the 6th MONO CREATOR FESTIVAL 2009 Spring on Apr 29, 2009 :Report
Wandahoo Robot Carnival For JSRC on Feb 11, 2011 :Promotion

Since Oct. 19th, 2009

Nov 5, 2013

Robot Pro-Wrestling Match, `Dekinnoka!16` took place in Soka City (Nov 3, 2013)

Robot Professional Wrestling Match, `Dekinnoka!16`, sponsored by Omata-san took place in Soka City on Nov 3, 2013 during Soka Fusasara Festival 2013.  Dekinnoka!12 was carried out in Fukuoka City on Mar 3, 2013 and Kyushu Group defeated Kanto Group.  Dekinnoka!16 was held as full-war return matches between Kanto Group and Kyushu Group.  Details are also reported in Sanzaisan's blog (in Japanese).

Eight matches started at 2:15 pm.  Three matches were carried out using Pro-Wrestling Rule and 5 matches using Robot Fight Rule.  Pro-Wrestling Rule is as follows; robot cannot get up within ten counts losts the match.  Robot Fight Rule are as follows; robot gets points by punch-down or throwing.  When the difference of twelve points between two robots, larger points robot wins the match.

The 0th Match: Dark Match, 5 minutes 1 round by Robot Fight Rule
Zerfar vs Kumataro

The 1st Match:Well-Known Single Match, 10 minutes 1 round by Pro-Wrestling Rule
Nagare-Gold vs Thunderbolt 

The 2nd Match: Dream Single Match, 10 minutes 1 round by Pro-Wrestle Rule
Kyonkyon-Kamen vs Metallic Fighter