Modern simulators tend to provide the following features:
- Fast robot prototyping
- Physics engines for realistic movements. Most simulators use ODE (Gazebo, LpzRobots, Marilou, Webots) or PhysX (Microsoft Robotics Studio).
- Realistic 3d rendering. Standard 3d modeling tools or third party tools can be used to build the environments.
- Dynamic robot bodies with scripting. C, C++, Perl, Python, Java, URBI, MATLAB languages used by Webots, Python used by Gazebo.
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