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||<#FFCCFF |2> '''22 Feb 2011''': [[https://github.com/laas/morse/blob/0.2.1/RELEASE_NOTES | MORSE 0.2.1 release]] <<BR>> '''20 Jan 2011''': [[https://github.com/laas/morse/blob/0.2/RELEASE_NOTES | MORSE 0.2 release]] <<BR>> '''10-11 Jan 2011''': First [[morse/events/hackaton_jan_2011 | MORSE hackathon]] ||<#FFFFCC:> Stable version (`0.2.1`): [[http://www.openrobots.org/morse/doc/stable|MORSE documentation]] <<BR>> Lastest version: [[http://www.openrobots.org/morse/doc/latest|MORSE documentation]] || ||<#FFCCFF |2> '''08 Apr 2011''': [[morse/events/erf_2011 | European Robotics Forum]] <<BR>> '''22 Feb 2011''': [[https://github.com/laas/morse/blob/0.2.1/RELEASE_NOTES | MORSE 0.2.1 release]] <<BR>> '''20 Jan 2011''': [[https://github.com/laas/morse/blob/0.2/RELEASE_NOTES | MORSE 0.2 release]] <<BR>> '''10-11 Jan 2011''': First [[morse/events/hackaton_jan_2011 | MORSE hackathon]] ||<#FFFFCC:> Stable version (`0.2.1`): [[http://www.openrobots.org/morse/doc/stable|MORSE documentation]] <<BR>> Lastest version: [[http://www.openrobots.org/morse/doc/latest|MORSE documentation]] ||

ROSACE, RTRA-STAE, LAAS-CNRS, IRIT, ONERA logos

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MORSE, the OpenRobot Simulator

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Latest events

MORSE Documentation

08 Apr 2011: European Robotics Forum
22 Feb 2011: MORSE 0.2.1 release
20 Jan 2011: MORSE 0.2 release
10-11 Jan 2011: First MORSE hackathon

Stable version (0.2.1): MORSE documentation
Lastest version: MORSE documentation

MORSE v.0.1.1: User guide (PDF) Dev guide (PDF)

Jump to the installation instruction
or
Download the latest version of MORSE (morse-0.2.1.tar.gz - 32.5MB - 22-Feb-2011)

Subscribe to the morse-users@laas.fr mailing list

Main features

  • A versatile simulator for generic mobile robots simulation (single or multi robots),

  • Easy to extend with your own components, and come out-of-the box with over 10 classes of sensors, 8 type of actuators, 3 complete robotics platform.

  • Enabling realistic and dynamic environments (with other interacting agents -humans- or objects),

  • Don't reinvent the wheel: critical components reused from other opensource projects (Blender for 3D rendering + UI, Bullet for physical simulation, dedicated robotic middlewares for communications + robot hardware support),

  • Seamless workflow: since the simulator rely on Blender for both modelling and the realtime 3D engine, creating and modifying a simulated scene is straigthforward.

  • Entierely scriptable in Python,

  • Adaptable to various level of simulation realism (for instance, we may want to simulate exteroceptive sensors like cameras in certain cases and access directly to a higher level representation of the world -like labelled artifacts- in other cases),
  • Middleware agnostic: currently compatible with YARP and LAAS OpenRobots robotics frameworks, others are coming.

  • Fully open source, BSD-compatible.

Learn more about MORSE on the documentation page

OpenrobotsWiki: morse (last edited 2016-02-08 12:27:26 by adegroot)