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The answer is yes, for example many robot computers are based on the linux real-time kernels to handle the real-time constraints. For small robots for teaching like the turtlebot uses a raspberry pi for the high-level control, and a motor control board for the real-time control. Another example is the Ball balancing robot that uses an STM32 Nucleo board with ...


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i also tried your solution sir franky, but i kept getting the same error. Which part should i add into the ceres_catkin so that it can read the glog?


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Axial (or thrust) force refers to the force applied along the axis of rotation, not the load that is applied to the motor. (This load would be a torque, anyways... not a force). Probably fine for a tractor, not fine for a F1 racecar. This is a question you need to answer based on your application. There might be. You can adapt drills with anti-backdrive pins ...


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Actually, the HECTOR_NAVIGATION package depends on other packages and one of them is ceres_catkin (https://github.com/tu-darmstadt-ros-pkg/ceres_catkin) which you need to clone and build in your catkin workspace. However, this ceres_catkin further depends on catkin_simple (https://github.com/catkin/catkin_simple), glog_catkin (https://github.com/ethz-asl/...


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I think I found the problem that was causing the errors. I was sending serial commands to the create 2 via Arduino. To make things easier I was using the create2 libary that summarizes commands (https://github.com/brinnLabs/Create2). It looks like the freezing of the sound results from some bugs in that libary (maybe the calculation of the songlength). And ...


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I am also working on visual tracking using overhead imagery. What I am proposing to do is training a YOLO V3 object detector on an edge device (camera with a wide-angle lens) to first identify and classify the objects within a scene. Once that is done, the objects can then be tracked within the scene using SORT, DeepSORT, or a similar algorithm. Now ...


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You've been asking lots of questions along these lines, and I've been there before - I know what it is to be at your wits end trying to find a solution. I'm going to try to help, but part of my "help" is to point out that I don't understand how your equations are derived. To that end, I'm going to show why I understand how they're derived. I'll ...


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Based on your comment: if I am able to get 0 to 2pi, would be enough as well. The following code will do it: modifiedHeading = SensorOutput(); if(modifiedHeading < 0) { modifiedHeading += 360f; } But, as I've mentioned previously, you still have the jump discontinuity, but you've moved it from the 359/1 degree range from the 179/-179 degree range.


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