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Learn how to create a Python program for broadcasting a tf2 between 2 frames. This video is an answer to the following question found on ROS Answers. You’ll learn: How to create a Python program for broadcasting a tf between 2 frames. Feedback Did you like this video? Do you have questions about what is

In this short post, we will show how to avoid a very common mistake most ROS beginners make: missing execute permission on the Python file. Step 1: Create a Project (ROSject) on ROSDS Head to and create a project with a similar configuration as the one shown below. You can change the details as you like, but

How to Output Odometry Data

In this post, you will learn how to access and output odometry data programmatically. More specifically, you will learn how to create a C++ program for subscribing to and printing different parts of the odometry message. This is useful for cases where you need to make a decision based on the robot’s current position. This

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What is ROS? Introduction to Robot Operating System (ROS)

What is ROS?

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INTRODUCTION TO ROBOT OPERATING SYSTEM (ROS) If you are reading this, it is because you either are or you want to become a ROS developer. Basically a ROS developer is somebody who wants to build programs for robots based on ROS. Yeah, but what is ROS? How can I learn ROS? How can I start developing

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How to know if robot has moved 1 meter using odometry

About Learn how to know if the robot has moved one-meter using Odometry. You’ll learn: Create a Python program for checking the distance moved by the robot using the Odometry topic and publish it into a topic. Create a Python program for testing that we can move the robot depending on the Odometry data. RELATED

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