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Would you like to develop a robot ?

I don't know what you are talking about25 %25 %25 % 25.32% (1643)
I know what you mean, but I just want to drive35 %35 %35 % 35.20% (2284)
Yes (check the other polls)34 %34 %34 % 34.34% (2228)
I already have developed a robot (let us know)5 %5 %5 % 5.15% (334)

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Re: Would you like to develop a robot ?
by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 28, 2003 (13:34:40)
Unfortunately I am not a coder or I would...



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ?
by Anonymous on Tuesday, September 14, 2004 (14:07:42)
It has been a while I did not go into coding since I am not working of website, php and businesses. I used to work on my first robot using Acura NSX Type Zero for one track, unfortunately my work was lost when the HD died. I was thinking to use torc engine for a console game like Sega Dreamcast but I don't have the right tools to work at the moment.

When I will have a free time, I will work on robots especially Acura NSX.



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ?
by Anonymous on Sunday, July 10, 2005 (10:18:51)
I'd sure like to code a robot - I clicked through the tutorial, but it seems to be linux only, I can't find any windows tools to create robots.



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ?
by Anonymous on Monday, September 18, 2006 (11:44:36)
yes i would



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ?
by Anonymous on Monday, March 13, 2006 (14:18:19)
Yes, I am looking at Torcs for the sole purpose of doing AI research, i.e., developing robotic driver agents that can learn in their environment over time. I've been comparing numerous platforms (RARS, vdrift.net, racer.nl, torcs, etc.) and find that while vdrift and racer DO look nice, TORCS also looks pretty nice and appears to have a much more stable development base with which to work. Hopefully I'll share some results with the community at some point in time...



It would be interesting
by Anonymous on Sunday, January 07, 2007 (15:00:35)
A lot of the standard robots are... limited in their AI. The problem with racing is that there isn't one universal algorithm that works, so you either end up with an AI that is superb only at one type of thing, or an AI that has a patchwork of excellent techniques but no real method for smoothly going between each one.

More tracks would be good, too. The old (1984) racing game "Revs" had the old Silverstone circuit built-in and four others (Brands Hatch, Snetterton, Donnington Part and Oulton Park). Even if these were never officially in the game, they would be SUPERB testing circuits for robots, and the plans are all very basic.

(The Old Nuerenbergring - the 22 Km circuit in Germany - would also provide an extremely thorough testing ground for robots and is probably old enough and "uncommercial" enough that it could be included without anyone complaining.)




Re: Would you like to develop a robot ?
by Anonymous on Thursday, January 18, 2007 (12:22:50)
I can't resist: Vote Nbr 3000!
Yes I developped a roboter. It is called delphin, because it ist written completly in Delphi (Turbo Delphi 2006, downloadable form Borland for free). Source code and tutorial is available. Look at the Link in the news, posted by Bernhard Wymann.



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by genildomoura on Tuesday, June 19, 2007 (10:12:17)
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I´m iniciating a project to simulate pervasive application in cars using the TOCRCS as environment´s simulation. I'd like to know other researching projects using TORCS.
Thanks a Lot..
contact me by : genildo@gmail.com



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by gooders on Monday, January 07, 2008 (07:51:46)
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I have been following Bernhard's brilliant tutorial on robot building and so far so good. My robot's running OK - nothing special!. Now comes the difficult bit of making it clever and competitive. Many thanks Bernhard for an excellent piece of work.



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by suhail on Tuesday, June 10, 2008 (00:48:43)
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yes... Neutral Neutral



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by SuperGeek on Sunday, November 09, 2008 (10:17:56)
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Like to, but it looks really difficult. Shocked Neutral



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by AlphaMale on Friday, February 13, 2009 (02:30:51)
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Yes, I am interested but will somehow have to find some of that rare resource, "copious free time!"



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by Wyatt on Sunday, February 15, 2009 (19:30:02)
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I'd like to develop a bot based on the Pure algorithm at some point. You can read about it at www.gamasutra.com/view...anced_.php

It seems like it would be interesting to implement.



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by ii9966 on Saturday, April 17, 2010 (15:44:25)
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i'm interested to see last projects



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by devnull on Sunday, June 13, 2010 (22:50:48)
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Making robots is the main reason that I'm interested in TORCS. Developing working algorithms, even ones that learn, that sounds like the fun stuff to me. To be honest, I'm not much of a traditional gamer.



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by junior123 on Saturday, April 13, 2013 (22:00:48)
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QUERO TER UM ROBOT TUTORIAL



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by Kovhe on Friday, September 27, 2013 (02:44:15)
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I would too, but i just don't have either the time to do it or the abilities required for the job Razz for now im happy messing up with the textures



Re: Guidance Required (Score: 1 )
by sjfast on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 (16:15:35)
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Hi Admins;

I want to implement your following paper for my MS thesis: http://trackgen.pierlucalanzi.net/gecco2011trackgen.pdf

Kindly guide me through it and tell me how can i access the open source GA code?

Waiting for your kind response!

my contact id: salehajavaid89@gmail.com

Regards!



Re: Would you like to develop a robot ? (Score: 1 )
by Sync1989 on Thursday, April 06, 2017 (20:44:43)
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yes



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Would you like to develop a robot ?

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Yes (check the other polls)
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I already have developed a robot (let us know)
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