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Robot Virtual Worlds, developed by Robomatter, is a high-end simulation environment that enables students to learn programming when a robot isn’t available.
Robot Virtual Worlds simulates VEX EDR and VEX IQ robots in 3D environments which can be programmed using the same language as physical robots, ROBOTC.
The Robot Virtual Worlds environment is perfect for home, classroom, and competition environments!
The Robot Virtual World software solves two problems and introduces several other exciting opportunities for education:
In a classroom environment, Robot Virtual Worlds can allow every student to test their programming concepts without needing a robot readily available.
When using ROBOTC, students can toggle between Physical and Virtual robots to quickly debug and test their code in a virtual environment and then deploy to a real robot.
Robot Virtual Worlds allows students to continue their robotics experience outside of the classroom by leveraging virtual technology to simulate a robot anywhere! Teachers can leverage this to assign authentic homework and help students who may miss a lesson.
Virtual Worlds robots simulate VEX EDR and VEX IQ motors and sensors. Portions of this product are manufactured under license from Carnegie Mellon University.
Robot Virtual Worlds System Requirements (minimum):
- PC Compatible OS: Windows VISTA, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, or Windows 10
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo processor family or better, AMD Athlon X2 processor family or better
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800GTS or better, ATI Radeon™ HD 3850 or better
- DirectX: DirectX® 9.0c and DirectX® 10
- Hard Drive: 500 MB free hard drive space
- Sound: Standard audio device
Have a Mac?
ROBOTC will work on a Mac with most Windows Virtualization/Emulation software packages, including Boot Camp, Parallels, and VM Ware Fusion. Once the software is installed, ROBOTC installation and activation are exactly the same as on a normal Windows PC. Please see your software's documentation regarding connecting your USB devices to your virtual environment.