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Configuring the Robots on the RVW 
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Post Configuring the Robots on the RVW
Currently I have the Robot Virtual Worlds completely working. It runs just fine.

However, the robot isn't configurable. I use the TETRIX robot, and it has the sensors in specific places. I can't change what sensor is there or what port its on. Is there a way to change this?


To clarify, I want to change what sensor goes on what port.

If there isn't, is there an emulator that does support this?

Fri Jul 20, 2012 10:36 am
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Post Re: Configuring the Robots on the RVW
As of right now, there is no way to change the configuration of the robots or the sensors/motors on them. However, it is something we are currently looking into and hope to be able to start development on soon (soon being a very relative term). Also, we are working on a level editor so that users can create and share their own custom-made levels with different basic objects and when we release the VEX Sack Attack Virtual World (again, coming very soon) it will also contain new, more diverse robot models.

I do not know of any emulators out there that will enable you to change the sensors/ports. As soon as we have a solid release date for the the aforementioned additions to RVW, we will be sure to let you know.

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Fri Jul 20, 2012 10:50 am
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