our team is a bit confused about the definition of H_top, mainly about two points:
1) The rules state, that the robot is measured in an upwards standing position with legs fully extended and the head "tilted to either its maximum upwards tilt angle or the horizon line, whichever is lower." However, the referee training video shows the robot lying on a plank with the head looking straight forward, regardless of which orientation would be lower. Which of these variants will be used at the world championship?
2) What exactly does "maximum upwards tilt angle" and "horizon line" mean? We assumed, it means that the robot either looks towards the ceiling as far as possible, or straight towards the horizon, whichever of these two results in a smaller H_top. Is this assumption correct?
Thank you for clearing up the situation,
with kind regards,