This is my idea for using the LIDAR-lite sensor to produce readings in (as close to) a 360 degree view without spinning the sensor itself. I decided to
Again, I'm trying to learn ROS rather than going with my own implementation of the basics (IPC, name space, pub/sub, etc.)
Again, I'm thwarted.
I've added a heading servo to the ankle of a Darwin Mini.
Now, I'd like to update the poses/motions that came with it in RoboPlus Motion 2.
New to robotic simulation/modeling and I've got a few questions I'm hoping someone could advise on. I'm looking for a software which
Sorry for not formally introducing ourselves earlier. I'm part of a university team with 5 of the HROS-1 robots. To give you a quick
Posting mostly to try to make myself work on it more...
An ESP8266 wifi transponder (YETISponder) with a 5V I2C buss for 'Lights and Target
Thanks, I will take a look at what you posted and compare it to the one I was playing with:
Yeah I agree about the 3D printed bracket/case those are cute but at least an STL would be much more useful to many of us. Plus I consider my 3D printed
TeraRanger looks interesting. Also looks like they're shipping 3D printed enclosures -- in this market, they should just ship the STL files and be done
Really? No shipping methods? I've almost pre-ordered that thing 3 times this morning. My hesitation is the price since I'm waiting to feel like I got
I actually tried that first, and some recent update to makepgk made it break packer -- each AUR package I try to build gives an error "unknown parameter
Both of those look like fun! Thought of pre-ordering a V2, but it more or less said there are no shipping methods to my address???
Hah! No Pressure right?
Well I'm still in no way finished with this little project but I'm mainly waiting for a replacement sensor. According
Ubuntu (or Xubuntu) is the easiest way to use ROS but I remember installing ROS Indigo on Arch via the AUR packages from bchretien :
AMD C-60 is dual-core 1.0GHz/1.33GHz, which is enough to learn if ROS is worth the effort of upgrading hardware. C-60 running Xubuntu 12.04 with open
It's a combination of limitations:
1) It's a mini-ITX box running a Core i5-2400, so it doesn't have a lot of space
2) It uses a 120 Watt