DARwin-OP [ROBOTIS OP] is an open platform humanoid project supported by NSF. Being
a vision-capable humanoid with full functionality and scalability, researchers
are strongly required to join an open source community for cooperative
research. To encourage creative applications from around the globe and maximize
contribution for humanoid research.
Teams consisting of 1-4 members who use the DARwIn-OP robot to develop their
own application are eligible. For registration, a 2 minute online video
demonstration should be posted on YouTube and a link must be submitted with the
registration form. Click on the link below to access the registration form.
Click Here : “2015
ICRA CHALLENGE REGISTRATION FORM”
*All finalist are require to present at IEEE ICRA.
-10 minutes free-style demonstration and presentation
1. Online Video Registration – January 30, 2015
2. Notification of Finalist – February 13, 2015
3. Final Presentation – May 27, 2015
4. Dinner– May 28, 2015
1. Creative Idea - 40%
2. Technical Skills - 30%
3. Overall Completion - 30%
review among finalists
1st Place Winner – Must be present at ICRA to
Finalist (ALL) – Must be present at ICRA to qualify
DARWIN-MINI [1 per team]
**All participants are required to register for the
2015 IEEE ICRA Conference.
**IEEE ICRA will provide participants with limited travel support,
application details will be announced later this fall.
**Projector, tables, MIC will be available on-site.
**All other necessary equipment for robot demo must be prepared by each
Deadline for the early-bird registration for 2015 ICRA is March 6, 2015.