Robot Goalkeeper

An analog penalty shootout game that recreates the excitement of a football penalty shootout in a fun and engaging way. In this game, the player uses a physical football to shoot at a physical goal while an electric motor controls the goalkeeper. The real-time image processing software calculates the incoming images to predict where the ball is likely to hit the goal, and instantly transmits this information to the motor controller, which is responsible for the goalkeeper’s movements. The entire process takes place in just a fraction of a second, as the ball can travel at speeds of well over 100 km/h with a well-aimed shot. The goalkeeper, who starts from a distance of 7-8 meters, has only 0.3 seconds to reach the ball, which is attached to a high-performance gearbox. Incredibly, the goalkeeper can accelerate 20 times faster than a Formula 1 car to make the save, making this game a thrilling experience for players and spectators alike.