New answers tagged

1

You can write a simple node which subscribes to the 2 RGB feeds, uses blob matching (look up Stereo matching in OpenCV or Stereo Binary SGBM) to create the stereo image, and publishes it. Alternately, I think OpenCV contains the functionality for image_to_pointcloud conversion.


0

Shouldn't this cause the first while loop to break immediately because the first point in the global_plan would be the one that is closest to the bot? That looks like the intent to me, but I can't tell where global_plan is coming from or if it's guaranteed to be sorted by distance. Not quite sure what the point is here, but if you had something like a ...


1

From what I understand, the fixed frame is one where objects are assumed to be stationary with time. Maybe an example will make this clear: Assume a robot with a lidar sensor moving in your world. It spits out a laserscan in the /lidar frame. The goal pose might be in an /odom frame. Now, if you encounter objects in the /lidar frame, your navigation stack ...


0

ZeroSim is built with Unity. It's not necessarily "easy" but arguably easier then Gazebo. Definitely creating and iterating environments in ZeroSim is much easier then Gazebo. Disclosure: I am a ZeroSim developer.


1

Does anyone have any idea where this is coming from Looks like line 640 of rospy.impl.tcpros_base: logger.debug("[%s]: writing header", self.name) and why it's getting logged constantly? The particular message is logged with a call to logger.debug which is putting this message in your log file. It's getting written every time the write_header ...


Top 50 recent answers are included