Quick Start Guide
Robot Tutorial (C++)
TORCS Version 1.3.0-test1 Released
There is a new test release available for download. The source package compiles on Linux, FreeBSD and Windows (vc++ 6.0). There are various files available:
There is as well an updated FAQ in the doc directory of the package in case you run into trouble.
For a detailed changelog hit the Read More link below. Bye, have fun,
Posted by berniwadm Sunday, October 08, 2006 (00:41:31)
Robot Tutorial Available as PDF
The robot tutorial is now available as PDF draft, Gonzalo Aranda did the conversion from the original HTML version, thank you very much. You can still get the original in HTML or read it online of course.
Posted by berniwadm Thursday, August 31, 2006 (13:19:05)
Stories : Oops, what's that?
Posted by berniwadm Thursday, August 31, 2006 (12:47:15)
IRC Channel Available
If you want to meet TORCS fans there is an IRC channel on the server "irc.freenode.net", channel "#torcs". If you have a problem with TORCS or want to discuss technical aspects please use the the torcs-users mailing list, because the information of the chat is volatile. Bye,
Posted by berniwadm Sunday, July 02, 2006 (02:52:24)
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TORCS in Research and Education
I have another report of the Fraunhofer ESK Research Institute in Munich. They used TORCS to demonstrate their "Rapid Prototyping Platform for
Visualisation" at the "Embedded World 2006" fare in Nuernberg in February
and the "Hannover Messe der Industrie 2006" in Hannover in April. They needed a substitute for a real car for demonstration purpose and found
TORCS in the Internet. They extended the human driver to send the car
information by TCP/IP to their visualisation system. They were very pleased with TORCS:
Posted by berniwadm Wednesday, June 28, 2006 (11:18:31)
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