I am programming a robots movements(virtual robot not a physical, like a game) its a contest, I asked last year students that did this contest and there robot got to 4th place by a fluke, their robot did random stuff :rofl:. I'm in highschool grade 11. University students are also partisipating in this event, last year their robot shot ahead of other robots. Thats what I want to do. I know the obsolute position of my own robot(lets call my robot R for Robo) and its rotation, also its rotation of stuff like gun, and radar for detecting other robots. If the R detects another robot, R only knows the distance between R and the robot, and the degrees it would have to turn to face the robot. So I need to convert this to obsolute coordinates so when R moves around it can look where it last scene the robot. If I can get the obsolute coordinates of the enemy robot, its all I need for my plan to shoot ahead of its path. I already tested this plan out and it works good if R is just standing still and not moving. How may I get obsolute coordinates of the enemy robot? I tryed doing this my self but R is rotated so I cant just add obsolute coordinates of R to enemy robots. I'm lost I don't know how to do this. Thanks in advance!