Webots robot simulator
Webots is a commercial robot simulator used in more than 1200 companies, universities and research centers worldwide for R&D, education and research. More information
Robot Race to Hawaii
Olivier Michel – Oct 9th, 2015
The robot race to Hawaii contest was announced today. In this competition, participants have to create a Python program controlling a simulated NAO robot to run a 10 meters race. The author of fastest robot will win a trip to Hawaii. Everything runs in the cloud of The Construct from a web interface so that no software installation is needed. The contest starts November 1st and ends December 30th, 2015. You can register now!
Webots 8.3.0 released
Olivier Michel – Oct 8th, 2015
Webots 8.3.0 introduces several performance optimizations, bug fixes and new features, such as improved simulation web streaming and improved cameras as you can see on these videos: motion blur and auto-focus. Webots 8.3.0 supports the most recent operating systems including Mac OS X El Capitan, Windows 10 and the latest Linux Ubuntu distributions. On Windows, Webots is now 64-bit only, so that it runs smoothly with Matlab 64-bit.
The complete change log is available here. Download Webots 8.3.0 now from here.
Webots @ IROS
Olivier Michel – Sep 29th, 2015
Visit us at the IROS conference Hamburg now! Our exhibition booth just opened right now. We are located in the Swiss Robotics area. You will be able to see demos of the latest developments of Webots and we will be happy to chat with you.
See you there today, tomorrow or on Thursday!
Webots @ INNOROBO
Olivier Michel – Jun 30th, 2015
Visit us at INNOROBO, Lyon from tomorrow, Wednesday July 1st to Friday July 3rd, 2015.
We are located in the Developer Village (booth A32/B27).
Our partner providing cloud simulation services, The Construct, will be there as well.
We will show the latest developments of Webots and we will be available for chatting with you.
Additionally, we will give short presentations on the central stage on Wednesday 16:00, Thursday 14:10 and Friday 9:30.
See you there!