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  • Each team should comprise 3 students with 1 teacher as their mentor.
  • A team/student may only participate in either the Regular category OR the Open category, and not both.
  • The competition will be categorised into 3 different age groups:
    • Primary School (7 - 12 years old)
    • Junior High School (13 - 15 years old)
    • Senior High School (16 - 18 years old)
  • Teams participating in this event will work to create robots based on the theme “Artist Robot”
  • There is no restriction on the use of non-LEGO® materials. However, the final project must include at least 50% of LEGO® materials and must be operated or controlled by the RCX intelligent brick or NXT intelligent brick.
  • Only the official LEGO® Education programming languages in any version, for example, RoboLab® and LEGO® NXT Education Software, are allowed to be used.
  • The robots may be pre-assembled and the software program may be pre-programmed.
  • The size of the whole project, including booth decorations, must not exceed 2 meters X 2 meters X 2 meters.
  • The team should decorate the booth with at least one poster, not less than 150cm height X 100cm width, introducing the project together with a video clip.
  • Each team will undergo the following:
    • Test and assemble the final robot at a designated location.
    • Decorate the booth with posters or anything that is related to the theme.
    • Demonstrate the project to the judges.
    • Participate in a ‘Question and Answer’ (Q & A) session with the judges.
  • A written report summarising the whole project must be submitted to the judges during the set-up time. The descriptions must be supported by pictures showing different angles of the robotic creation and examples of the program.
  • In the 10-minute session with the judges, 5 minutes will be given to the team for demonstration and 5 minutes for a Q & A session with the judges.
  • Criteria for judging are as follows:
    • Creativity and Originality:
      • Theme conformity
      • Appearance, uniqueness and interactive behaviour
      • Artistic or creative with a positive impact on judging
      • Meeting the theme well with unique materials
    • Technical Functionality:
      • Engineering and stability
      • Repeatable movements
      • How well the robot functions for its purpose
      • How well the robot has been built as designated
      • How well the robot operates as designated
    • Presentation and Team Work:
      • Clear demonstration and explanation by the presenters
      • Project documentation/written report
      • Problem-solving skills
      • Knowledgeable on all aspects of the project
      • High team spirit in creating the design and building the project
      • Were the previous documents for submission substantial
      • Does the presentation express the team’s intention?
      • Does the robot harmonise with the builder
      • Does the video highlight the artistic performance of the robot in a clear and interesting way

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