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Robot Virtual Worlds Overview
What is Robot Virtual Worlds?
Robot Virtual Worlds is an advanced simulation software built around the powerful ROBOTC IDE. Users can program virtual LEGO Mindstorms NXT, EV3, VEX or TETRIX robots, either by using ROBOTC or visually via the Graphical Natural Language library extension, and observe their behavior in the 3D simulation environment which accurately renders these robots and their interactions. RVW was primarily designed as an educational tool however it is well suited for all levels of expertise – beginners can learn how to program these robots, teachers and students can use it for home or lab work, while advanced users can refine code or detect errors in their programming.
Several software extensions complement the feature set even further. For instance the Virtual Brick Emulator offers users a similar experience to that of programming an actual LEGO Mindstorms brick with NXT-G or LabVIEW. There are also extensions for creating custom levels, importing 3D models or measuring distances and trajectory angles around virtual environments.
RVW runs on Windows and is available in platform specific releasese. Free trial versions are available for download and licensing starts at US $49. There are also several apps available for iPad in which users can program VEX robots or play games with simulated robot behavior based on user programming.
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