Simulation can be defined as the process of creating a virtual environment or object, which can be either a system or a physical object. Simulators come with hardware and software that work on them to create real-world experiences.
The main purpose of the simulator is to understand system behavior. Most of the popular simulators are based on games where people who can't afford real objects can buy the simulator and get a real gaming experience that is also in the comfort of sitting at home.
Some of the most popular game simulators are:
Flight Simulator: This is a recreation of the virtual flight environment. This flight simulator in Melbourne can be used to test the real effects of turbulence, air density and cloud cover.
Used for pilot flight training. Even aircraft developers use this simulator to test aircraft characteristics and so on.
Driving Simulator: You are planning to buy an expensive car but you don't have enough real-world driving experience. This is where this driving simulator can help. Obviously nobody wants to beat their new BMW. This driving simulator can be used for learning, and many people use it as a toy for fun.
Mimicking another environment is called simulation. Let's take an example of the most popular flight simulators. In a flight simulator, the flight environment is created in a small room. People can experience real world environment to fly airplane without risk of plane crash and death.