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motion planning Bug 1 algorithm

Step 0 – Introduction In this post, we implement Bug 1 algorithm to our existing robot! Let’s use some algorithms we have already done in order to have it all working! At the end of this post, you must have the robot+algorithm working like shown at the image below: Let’s go! Step 1 – Importing

A History of ROS Robot Operating System

ROS (Robot Operating System) is now very popular among roboticists. Researchers, hobbyists, and even robotics companies are using it, promoting it and supporting it. However, it was not always like that. Do you know ROS history? In the early days, ROS was an unknown only used by a bunch of robotics freaks. How did ROS reach

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Intro First of all, we want to explain what does “Establish a real robot connection” means. It means that we connect the ROS Development Studio (ROSDS ) remote Server that you launch each time you open a ROSject, with another device. This device can be Another remote server, a robots computer or your own computer.

Exploring ROS with a 2 wheeled robot #9 – Bug 0 Foil

See the Bug 0 Foil Step 0 – Introduction In this post, we are checking the failure of the Bug 0 algorithm! What is this about? Bug 0 is not a perfect motion planning algorithm! And at the end of this post, we show how it could be improved using Bug 1. Let’s start! (If

Learning Python for Robotics programming robot with python by The Construct

Learning Python for Robotics

Wednesday, 26 June 2019 by

Python is a good choice if you want to become a robotics developer (i.e. program robots), especially if you want to program your robots with ROS. On a previous post, I discussed about whether to learn ROS using C++ or using Python. On that post, I argued that if you know neither Python nor C++,