Clarifications for Problem No. 2

“Net Working”

Divisions I, II, III & IV

  1. September 30, 2019
    B7g – Traveling segments:
    Each segment is considered completed when the information travels within limitations a distance of at least five feet (5′) as measured between two imaginary vertical planes. For example, if information travels from a height of six feet to the floor it does not qualify as completing the segment unless where it comes to rest is at least five feet measured horizontally from where it began.
  2. October 8, 2019
    Page 48 of the Program Guide, Assigned Value Items: Number (7) 3-D Printed Items shows .50 cents per hour of printing time. This is a misprint. The assigned value of the cost of 3-D printed items is 50 cents per hour or $0.50 (US).
  3. October 21, 2019
    B7c and d Human Power: The Network Device is allowed to use any power source including indirect human power. Team members may not touch the information directly or indirectly while it is being transmitted. Team members are allowed to touch the information only to load it onto the device.
  4. November 13, 2019
    B6c – Network characters explaining functions:
    Each Network Character’s explanation must occur while the information is being transmitted in their segment as designated by the performance. That explanation may begin at any time while the the transmission is taking place in that segment. The explanation is allowed to continue after the transmission in that segment ends whether or not it is a successful transmission.
  5. December 4, 2019
    Program Guide p37 (reminder) – Program Rules (8):
    Nudity, profanity, vulgarity, violent acts, and ethnic/racial slurs are not permitted. This includes the inappropriate use of potentially offensive words or actions. Teams may simulate violent acts during a performance only. Judges have discretion to determine additional situations, portrayals, or behaviors that may be deemed inappropriate for an Odyssey of the Mind performance and they may issue an Unsportsmanlike Conduct penalty, as detailed on p44 of the Program Guide. If the prohibited behavior or portrayal is recurrent, judges may stop a team’s performance.
Loading clarification submit form

Return to Clarifications Home