A compilation of simulated scenarios used in several research laboratories.

Using the ROS RVIZ visualisation tool to display a simulated camera’s video stream

Some examples of integration between MORSE and ROS in a human-robot interaction context.

MORSE can take care of navigation if you do not want to manage this part.

Here, a robot builds a 2.5D terrain model map from simulated stereo-cameras, and uses it to navigate.

Several robots following each other. Each robot streams its camera, here with YARP.

MORSE can be used to test human-robot interaction scenarios, where a human avatar is controlled as in a video game.

MORSE simulates a Velodyne used to build a map of the environment.

More videos are available on the Blender for Robotics Vimeo group.



Simulation of ground-air cooperation.


Real-time simulation of a SICK laser range finder in an indoor environment.


An ATRV in an outdoor scenario.


Cooperation between a helicopter and a submarine for mine hunting.


Simulation of human-robot interaction: the robot tracks the human’s posture.


The MORSE interface (crude Blender :-) )