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ROS Mini Challenge #6

                What we are going to learn Learn how to get the position and orientation of a robot, when someone asks through ROS Services. List of resources used in this post  The ROSject of the project with the simulation and the ROS Packages: www.rosject.io/l/ee2768a/  Robot Ignite Academy courses: www.robotigniteacademy.com/en/  The

Hello ROS Developers, This is the 3rd of 4 posts of the series Developing web interfaces for ROS Robots. In this post, we are going to create a “joystick” to send velocity commands to a robot from the webpage. 1 – Creating the HTML First we are going to create the buttons that the user will click

In this post, we will see how to make a robot detect and avoid an obstacle in its front. We will move the robot forward until it detects there’s an obstacle (the wall) closer than 1 meter. Then, we will stop the robot so that it does not collide with the wall. PS: This ROS

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ROSject of the week - number 4

                  What we are going to learn Learn how to create a ROS Action message and compile it for C++, to control a drone.   List of resources used in this post The ROSject of the project with the simulation and the ROS Packages: www.rosject.io/l/e80ec70/ Robot Ignite Academy

Hello ROS Developers, This is the 2nd of 4 posts of the series Developing web interfaces for ROS Robots. In this post, we are going to add some styles to the web page using a very popular framework: Bootstrap. Furthermore, we will add a JavaScript framework to make our code look better: Vue.js.   1 – Loading the

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