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About the Player Project

The Player Project creates Free Software that enables research in robot and sensor systems. The Player robot server is probably the most widely used robot control interface in the world, and supports a wide variety of hardware. Client libraries in C, C++, Python, and Ruby are officially supported, while Java, Ada, Octave, and others are supported by third parties. Its simulation backends, Stage and Gazebo, are also very widely used.

Released under the GNU General Public License, all code from the Player Project is free to use, distribute and modify. Player is developed by an international team of robotics researchers and used at labs around the world.

The 'official' project homepage - Sourceforge project page

Current Player version: 3.0.2 (Changelog)
Current Stage version: 4.0.0 (Changelog)

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