This is a continuation of our series on interesting stuff we saw at innorobo 2014. This time, the focus is on the turtlebot, the robotic friend of so many ROS
Part 1: Mechanical Design Basics. Part 2: Balancing the Elevator. Part 3: Electronics (optocoupler, H-Bridge, and more). Part 4 (current): Software to control the Arduino. In this last part, we
It is no scoop that Smartphones are attractive for robotics. They gather in a small case a display, wireless for
In this tutorial, we will be talking about ROS namespaces which allow to combine nodes in ways unplanned by developers.
UPDATE: You might want to use a more recent version of ROS: Hydro Medusa (released on September 2013). See the
When designing a robot, choosing the right shape can have tremendous impact on the robot controller. This idea has been
UPDATE: ROS Fuerte was released on April 2012. You might want use a more recent version of ROS: ROS Hydro