Answered: High Hang Clarification

I understand that a high hang requires the robot to be entirely above the horizontal plane formed by the top of the field perimeter. My question is does the high hang still count if at the end of the round if part of the robot is outside the vertical plane formed by the perimeter, yet entirely above the horizontal plane of the perimeter (not supported by the field perimeter) . I ask this as some high hanging designs cause the robot’s wheels or parts of the robot to be outside that field perimeter. Thank you in advance.

There is no requirement that the Robot be entirely within the vertical planes formed by the field perimeter. The Robot that you described would be considered to be High Hanging.