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Boosting the realtime factor above 1

asked 2014-04-30 06:14:58 -0500

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Is it possible somehow to boost the realtime factor above 1??

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answered 2014-04-30 19:44:45 -0500

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There is a physics parameter called real_time_update_rate, which is the frequency at which physics time steps are advanced. The gazebo default is a time step of 0.001 ms and a real_time_update_rate of 1000, which multiplied together gives a real-time factor of 1. If you set the real_time_update_rate to 0, it will go as fast as it can. This can be done by modifying the world file (see worlds/friction_demo.world for an example). It can also be done from the gzclient gui, by selecting Physics and then real_time_update_rate.

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