NASA Challenge: Develop 3D Models for Robonaut Simulation-Drill with and without Battery
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $100
- Entries Received: 12
- Winner: erpb12
We (NASA) need to develop a number of high resolution 3D models to be used for Robonaut simulations. These 3D models are to be developed based on photographs of real items (see attached files). These simulated objects would be used for various grasp and manipulator testing.
This particular challenge is to build a 3D model of a drill with and without a battery. This item will be used by the Robonaut team in the development of vision and grasping controls to identify and localize the Drill and Drill Battery to replace a battery on a cordless drill.
Submissions should include models for a standalone drill, and a drill with a battery.
There is a scale in the attached imagery is in inches. All final model submissions must be delivered in on of the following formats: .prt (Solidworks, ProE); .step or .stp; .iges; .stl; .dae. NOTE: Freelancer submissions will need to be image file views of your model. If you win the contest, you will then send/transfer the model files to NASA via email, dropbox, etc.
All entries will be judged on the accuracy, quality, and fidelity (detail) of the model produced. Note that where highly similar top submissions are produced, the submission entered first will win.
“erpb12 did an great job of creating a detailed 3D model of a Power Drill & Battery for use in our NASA Robonaut simulation. This was a contest and his was the winning submission.”
nasacoeci, United States.