Rule Changes & Reduced Levels of Service | Ottawa Robotics Competition

Rule Changes & Reduced Levels of Service

After consultations with several advisors, the Lego Division of the R&D Team would like to inform those in the Project BLU Challenge that the squares will always be at the end of the arena. However, the colour pattern can change at a given moment.

 

For those in the uOttawa #defythemaze Challenge, the rules have now been updated to reflect the new 2-minute time limit.

 

Finally, please note that email responses will be slower than usual until April 27th. If you have any questions, please continue to send them to orcinfo@ieeeottawa.ca. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience these delays may cause.


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