The micromouse competition is a maze solving task in which an autonomous robot has to solve a pathfinding problem, which means he has to move along the wall and find the goal. Sometimes, the participants struggle to navigate in the maze and then the audience is disappointed.[1] A possible answer to the problem is to test new robotics controller in a simulated environment first. One of them is the SimTwo Simulator which provides a 3d engine for graphic simulation of the micromouse challenge.[2]


  1. Bulebule speed run (fail) at the Micromouse Portuguese Contest finals,
  2. Lima, PhD José Luis Sousa Magalhães. "Application of a Mobile Robot to Spatial Mapping of Radioactive Substances in Indoor Environment." (2018).
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