Micromouse is a competition where an autonomous robot has to find the fastest path to the center of a maze. The competition originated in the 70's and has evolved into separate competitions among professionals and students.
Here at CSULA we have been competing in Micromouse since the 80's. We traditionally compete at the IEEE Region 6 meeting which takes place in the Spring of every year. CSULA also competed in the All-America Micromouse Competition on May 26th and the California Micromouse competition in UCSD.
More information will be provided here and/or in future meetings.