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Solving a grid maze with blocked paths

You didn't specify any performance requirement. That admits the simple algorithm: ...
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Implementing Slip Compensation into a Half-Size Micromouse

Wheel slip is a serious limitation for any odometry-based robot tracking system. The big problem is a wheel will slip when the force due to wheel torque exceeds the tire/ground static friction force. ...
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Are robotics competitions for beginners available?

There is Eurobot, which concerns these countries. Usually it is organized by universities but non-student teams are welcomed and people are very friendly. It is not very difficult (so not necessarily ...
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Are robotics competitions for beginners available?

There are some competitions for smaller teams (or individuals), mostly centered around a small RPi-Based robot: FormulaPi if you are interested in Computer Vision and autonomous cars, or PiWars for a ...
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Looking for a cheap(ish) micromouse that I can program with C/C++

Try a Pololu 3Pi. They were going for 50usd during black friday. Normally $99. You can use arduino IDE to program it using Wiring, a C/C++ like language. You would probably have to add IR sensors ...
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Looking for a cheap(ish) micromouse that I can program with C/C++

I think you'll be hard-pressed to find a Micromouse off the shelf besides PICAXE. If you want one that's a bit more advanced, I'd recommend putting the robot together yourself. I would encourage you ...
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