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Inverse kinematics is a subtopic of kinematics dealing with equations that describe the joint parameters necessary to move a robotic arm to a particular position. Also called motion planning.

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Velocity Relation for Parallel Robots

In my course of "Advanced Robotics" with "Fundamental of Robotic Mechanical Systems" as the reference book I saw the following equation as the velocity relation for parallel manipulators such as the ...
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showing error while using inverse kinematics “ikine” for 4 dof robotic arm

I want to do forward dynamics but before that I got struck in inverse kinematics for 4 dof. My code is given below: ...
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Matlab Inverse Kinematics 6 DOF

I'm trying to write an inverse kinematics Matlab code for a 6 DOF robotic arm that has the following link parameters: Twist angle (alpha): [-90, 0, 90, -90, 90, 0] ...
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How to create Matlab Simulation for Kinematics of Differential Drive

I studied the forward and inverse Kinematics of the robot and got a clear understanding. I am in the progress of developing my matlab simulation for a two wheeled differential drive robot. The robot ...
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Dealing with fixed transformations while solving inverse kinematics

I am trying to solve inverse kinematics (using the Jacobian pseudoinverse method) for a 7 DoF arm, but because of the way the robot is mounted, the base frame does not coincide with the frame of the ...
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Robot Arm Simulation

I don't know if this is the right place to ask this question but I'll give it a try. A friend of mine is using unity 3D to simulate a robot arm, however he's having some troubles when he needs to ...
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Inverse kinematics

I'm developing a 2 DOF SCARA with inverse kinematics. It works fine at any desired point, but how can I draw a line? Is there an efficient algorithm to do this?
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Inverse kinematics: how to specify TCP constraints in an iterative algorithm?

I am trying to write some simple code to perform IK for a 6 DoF redundant robot using the Jacobian pseudo-inverse method. I can solve IK for a desired pose using the iterative method, and I want to ...
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Derivative of a Jacobian matrix

I have an RRR planar robot: Its forward kinematics transform is: $$ {}^{0}T_3 = \\ \left[\begin{array}{cccc} \cos\!\left(\mathrm{\theta_1} + \mathrm{\theta_2} + \mathrm{\theta_3}\right) & - \sin\...
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Rotation matrix sign convention confusion.

In rotation matrix, Why do we rotate the first and third rotation in the opposite direction of the 2nd rotation, this is confusing. Image is attached with this. In this image we can note that for x ...
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Forward and Revers Kinematics For Modified Hanging Plotter

I'm building a modified version of the standard hanging plotter (v-plotter). The basic idea is that you have two cables hanging from stepper motors which form a triangle supporting the pen at the tip. ...
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Off position robot model - Inverse Kinematics

I had to make a Unity3D robot model(ABB IRB 1600-6R/6DOF), that given a desired end effector transformation matrix, it would calculate and rotate the robot joints to the appropriate angles(Inverse ...
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Is there any C++ library I could use to program a robotic manipulator involving forward and inverse kinematics?

I came across robotics library (RL), but quite unclear about its real purpose. Is it a FK/IK solver library or simply an graphical simulator?. RL has poor documentation, so its not clear how to use it....
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Do DH parameters change for a scaled robot 3d model?

I have the actual DH parameters of a robot: d1 = 0.4865 m d2 = 0.600 m d3 = 0.065 m a1 = 0.150 m a2 = 0.475 m all other di's and ai's are zero. Can I use these ...
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Combine individually working cartesian coordinates

I am trying to control a Dobot arm. The arm moves with angles whereas I need to work with cartesian coordinates. From inverse kinematics equations and polar coordinates I have implemented x,y and z ...
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Inverse Kinematics Computation — why are alpha angle values not included

Given a desired transform matrix of the end effector relevant to the base frame of the P560: John J. Craig, in his book, Introduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control, computes the inverse kinematic ...
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is it possible to get all possible solutions of inverse kinematics of a 6 DOF arm?

I would like to know if there is any way to get all the possible solutions of inverse kinematics of a 6 DOF robotic arm? I have found some good Matlab codes but gives only one solution like in Peter ...
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Rostock Delta Robot 3D Printer Degrees of Freedom (DOF)

What is the degrees of freedom (DOF) of the Rostock delta robot 3d printer (delta mechanism that consists of three prismatic joints)? Here's the link to the delta mechanism I'm referring to: https://...
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Solving Inverse Kinematics with Non-Linear Least Squares

I want to write my own inverse kinematics solver, and I have been recommended to use Google's Ceres Solver to help. Now, according to the documentation, Ceres Solver is usually used for non-linear ...
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Solving Inverse Kinematics with Gradient Descent

I am trying to implement my own inverse kinematics solver for a robot arm. My solution is a standard iterative one, where at each step, I compute the Jacobian and the pseudo-inverse Jacobian, then ...
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Computing the Jacobian Matrix — chain rule?

I am learning about robot kinematics and the Jacobian matrix, and I'm trying to understand how to compute the Jacobian matrix given a kinematic chain, such as a robot arm. I understand the theory ...
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How do I compute the inverse kinematics given a desired transformation matrix?

I am at the moment trying to implement an inverse kinematics function which function is to take a desired transformation matrix, and the current transformation matrix, and compute the Q states that is ...
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Is this a singularity or incorrect implementation of inverse kinematics?

I at moment trying to compute the Q configuration that moves my robot from it current state described by this transformation matrix. with rotation ...
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Implementation of inverse kinematics solution in c++

I am having some issue with implementing a least square solution of the inverse kinematics problem. The q configuration I get are rather large, or makes no sense, so I was hoping someone here could ...
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Performing inverse kinematics based on a displacement of the end effector?

I think i have an simple problem, but can't my head around how i should resolve it... My setup looks like this: The grey box on end effector is supposed to be an camera, which measures a dx,dy,dz ...
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Implementing an analytic version of an inverse kinematic

People have recommended me implement an analytic version of inverse Jacobian solver, such that I won't be forced only the least square solution, but would have an local area of solution near to the ...
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inverse kinematics for 6 jointed robots

I am a uncertain about how to compute the right homogeneous transformation matrix to compute an inverse kinematic Q-configuration. Looking at robot like this Where at the end of this robot I have ...
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Extracting as many possible end configurations as possible

I am trying to implement a path planner to generate a path that moves the robot from q_start to q_goal. Q_goal is extracted from a stereo camera mounted on the tool, from which I extract x,y,z ...
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Most accurate rotation representation for small angles

Assume that I have a rigid body for which I know that it can rotate with respect to a global reference frame (which is considered fixed and already given) for only a few degrees of angle, so I can ...
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Hand-eye calibration?

I am having an issue with some hand-eye calibration. So i am using a simple robot which at its tool point has an stereo camera mounted on it. I want to perform some visual serving/tracking based ...
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What is the common process to place a robotic arm gripper

I implemented a simulation for a robotic arm that has to grab things. This arm has a 6DOF structure and a simple gripper on the top. I made a simple CCD IK algorithm to control the arm. I can use it ...
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Jacobian for Inverse Kinematics with quaternion of end effector

Quaternion has four parameters. Calculating Jacobian for inverse-kinematics, 3 positions and four quaternion parameters make Jacobian $7\times7$ instead of $6\times6$. How to reduce Jacobian to $6\...
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Evaluating the similarity of two 7 Degree of Freedom Arms

I am working on the Baxter robot where I have a first arm configuration and a bunch of other arm configurations, where I want to find the closest arm configuration to the first among the many other ...
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Inverse kinematics after calibration

I am working on a 6DOF robot arm project and I have one big question. When I first derived the inverse kinematics (IK) algorithm after decoupling (spherical wrist), I could easily get the equations ...
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List of books similar to Thrun's Probabilistic Robotics for robot mechanics and manipulation [closed]

What? Put together here a list of books (like the one for C/C++ on StackOverflow) that are spiritually similar to Sebastian Thrun's Probabilistic Robotics for robotic manipulation and mechanics. Why?...
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Finding Center of Mass for Humanoid Robot

I've been working on Humanoid Robot, and I face the problem of finding the Center of Mass of the Robot which will help in balancing the biped. Although COM has a very simple definition, I'm unable to ...
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Inverse Kinematics of DLR/HIT II Hand

I am trying to find the inverse kinematics formulation of DLR/HIT II hand. Till now I had success in finding an analytical method described in the thesis of Mavrogiannis, Christoforos I. named Grasp ...
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q-state vector used to define the transformation matrix? how?

How can it be used to determine the transformation matrix? an example could be at computing the inverse kinematics for small displacements: J(q)$\Delta$q = $\Delta$u $\Delta$U is a vector defining ...
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BiRRT: Getting path from an array of 7 DOF angle configurations

I've kind of finished implementing a BiRRT for a 7 DOF arm, using a KD-tree from numpy.spatial in order to get nearest queries. A picture is below: I'm currently having trouble with the fact that it ...
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inverse kinematics osciliations..

I am the moment having some issues with an Jacobian going towards a singularity (i think)as some of its values becomes close to zero, and my robot oscillates, and therefore thought that some form of ...
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Robotic Manipulator [closed]

I have started working on robotic manipulators and got into a project which deals with control of robotic manipulator using artificial neural networks (solution of inverse kinematics and trajectory ...
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Visual servoing - tracking a point

I am trying resolve some issues i am having with some inverse kinematics. the robot arm i am using has a camera at the end of it, at which an object is being tracked. I can from the the camera frame ...
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Finding cubic polynomial equation for 3 joints

My professor gave us an assignment in which we have to find the cubic equation for a 3-DOF manipulator. The end effector is resting at A(1.5,1.5,1) and moves and stops at B(1,1,2) in 10 seconds. How ...
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Manipulator end-effector orientation with quaternions

I have the following problem: Given 3 points on a surface, I have to adjust a manipulator end-effector (i.e. pen) on a Baxter Robot, normal to that surface. From the three points I easily get the ...
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Forward kinematic and inverse kinematic… When to use what?

I am not quite sure if I quite understand the difference between these two concepts, and why there is a difference between these two concept. Yesterday I was trying to compute the jacobian needed ...
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Denavit Hartenberg parameters - 3DOF articulated manipulator

I am trying to solve a forward kynematics problem for a 3DOF manipulator. I am working with the Robotics Toolbox for MatLab created by Peter Corke and after calculte the DH parameters and introduce ...
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Running my 3 DOF Inverse Kinematics Code: Works in MATLAB, not in Python

I asked a question similar to this earlier, but I believe I have a new problem. I've been working on figuring out the inverse kinematics given an x,y,z coordinate. I've adopted the Jacobian method, ...
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3 DOF Inverse Kinematics Implementation: What's wrong with my code?

I am currently trying to implement an Inverse Kinematics solver for Baxter's arm using only 3 pitch DOF (that is why the yGoal value is redundant, that is the axis of revolution). I for the most part ...
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Robot arm reachability of a pose in Cartesian space

Given a set of robot joint angles (i.e. 7DoF) $\textbf{q} = [q_1, ... , q_n]$ one can calculate the resulting end-effector pose (denoted as $\textbf{x}_\text{EEF}$), using the foward kinematic map. ...
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Inverse kinematics solution for 6DOF serial arm

My 6 joint robot arm structure doesn't meet the requirements for a closed form solution (no 3 consecutive axes intersecting at a point or 3 parallel axes...). What would be best method to adopt to ...