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RoboCup Soccer Simulation 3D

The 3D simulation competition increases the realism of the simulated environment used in other simulation leagues by adding an extra dimension and more complex physics. In 2009, the aim of the 3D simulation competition was shifted from the design of strategic behaviors of playing soccer towards the low level control of humanoid robots and the creation of basic behaviors like walking, kicking, turning and standing up, among others. In this simulated league two teams of humanoid autonomous robots plays a soccer game in 3 dimensions.


The same used in RoboCup.

Same as last year


This category has been played in Brazil since 2006. The last results are:

LARC 2012
  • Champion: ITANDROIDS – ITA (Brazil)
  • Vice-champion: Warthog – USP-São Carlos (Brazil)
LARC 2010
  • Champion: NEXUS3D (Iran)
  • Vice-champion: BAHIA-3D (Brazil)
Brazil Open 2006
  • Champion: Rezvan (Iran)
  • Vice-champion: ITANDROIDS-3D (Brazil)