This is a research tool for microscopic pedestrian traffic simulations.
You can use it to visualize pedestrian movement, and generate pedestrians manually, through a text file or automatically. Pedestrians can be randomly or systematically distributed, and you can specify the parameters. The simulation can be calibrated in terms of time and space. The output can be displayed either real time, 2D visualization, path tracing or performance values.
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