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[Gazebo in 5 mins] 011 - How to use joint_state_publisher

About: In this video we’ll learn how to use joint_state_publisher. At the end of the video, you will be able to debug your robot model joints using a graphical interface. Let’s go! — Links mentioned in the video and other useful links: — – Robot Ignite Academy, the place to learn to program robots using

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How to launch RViz using a configuration file

About: In this video we’ll learn how to launch rviz using a configuration file. At the end of the video, you will be able to close and open RViz as many times you need without having to configure or customize it all over again. Let’s go! — Links mentioned in the video and other useful

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[Gazebo in 5 mins] 009 - How to create a robot using URDF - Part 2 - Joints

In this video we’ll learn how to use joints in a robot model and the reason why we need them. At the end of the video, you’ll understand the joints of a robot. Let’s go! Links mentioned in the video and other useful links: Robot Ignite Academy, the place to learn to program robots using

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[Gazebo Q&A] 008 - Set Velocity of a Joint in Gazebo with C++

In this video we show you how to set the velocity of a joint with a plugin in gazebo written in C++.  We show how to apply it to a two-wheel robot using a simple method and PID method. You can find the complete Gazebo Answer here. Here is the ROSject of the project, just

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[Gazebo in 5 minutes] 008 - How to visualize a robot URDF using RVIZ

In this video we’ll learn how to visualize a robot model using RViz tool. At the end of the video, you’ll understand how to launch RViz and visualize a given robot description model. Let’s go! Links mentioned in the video and other useful links: – Robot Ignite Academy, the place to learn to program robots

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