n. (plural of torc English)
TORCS (The Open Racing Car Simulator) is an open source 3D car racing simulator available for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, AmigaOS 4, AROS, MorphOS and Microsoft Windows. TORCS was created by Eric Espié and Christophe Guionneau, but project development is now headed by Bernhard Wymann. It is written in C++ and is licensed under the GNU GPL. TORCS is designed to enable pre-programmed AI drivers to race against one another, while allowing the user to control a vehicle using either a keyboard, mouse, or wheel input.
Usage examples of "torcs".
Red and orange sparks seemed to fly from the bronze torcs encircling their necks.
Then their weapons were gathered, along with any ornamentsarm rings, torcs, bracelets, and the like.
Brooches are a sign of rank around herethe same with torcs and most other baubles.
These torcs, these necklets that us soldiers wear, they let us keep complete control of the chalikos.
Both men groaned, clutched at their silver torcs, and subsided like a pair of whipped schoolboys, silent but unrepentant.
In the fullness of time, those who have proved their loyalty to the Tanu may exchange their silver torcs for gold.
Here and there among the lofty exotics were a few smaller human figures, just as gaudily dressed, but wearing silver torcs instead of the Tanu gold.
The gold torcs are the basic article, the mental amplifiers that turn latents into operants.
They handcraft the torcs and have a machine to grow and print the chips.
The gray torcs and the small collars of the monkeys have nothing but controls, plus a bunch of pleasure-pain circuits and a telepathic communication thing that varies a lot in its range.
No friggerty golden torcs are going to do the rest of us poor normals any good.
I cannot coerce humans wearing gold or silver torcs, except with subliminal suggestions, which they may or may not follow.
The torcs for the little apes formerly had to be made by hand in the same manner as their own golden torcs.
And the entire silver and gray system, with its linkage to the golden torcs of the Tanu rulers, was devised by a human psychobiologist.
The rejects are kept sterile and made available to the gray torcs and the bareneck males.