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| This page contains descriptions of [[Modules_-_Guidelines_v0.3|Module Guidelines v0.3]] [[ASIBOT]] modules. <!--Be sure to check the [[Modules - Dependency Version]] page too.-->
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| This page contains descriptions of [[Modules_-_Guidelines_v0.3|Robot Component Guidelines v0.3 (RCGv03)]] [[ASIBOT]] components. Click here for [[Modules_-_Standard_v0.2|RCGv02]]'s specs.
 
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[http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/tags/RCGv02 Fully functional on RCGv02:] jmc_rave, jmc_can, cmc_recursive, hmi_web, tol_file, hmi_wiimote.<br>
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[http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/tags/RCGv03 Fully functional on RCGv03:] jmc_rave, cmc_recursive.
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== Category: Joint Motion Controllers ==
 
== Category: Joint Motion Controllers ==
These modules' behaviour corresponds to [[Modules_-_Command_Format#Joint_Motion_Controllers_.28JMC.29|Module Guidelines v0.3 commands for JMCs]].
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These modules' behaviour corresponds to [[Modules_-_Command_Format#Joint_Motion_Controllers_.28JMC.29|Robot Component Guidelines v0.3 commands for JMCs]]. [[Modules_-_Standard_v0.2|Link to RCGv02 command format]].
 
=== jmc_rave ([[jmc_rave Ubuntu Install|'''Ubuntu''']] / [[jmc_rave Windows Install|'''Windows''']]) ===
 
=== jmc_rave ([[jmc_rave Ubuntu Install|'''Ubuntu''']] / [[jmc_rave Windows Install|'''Windows''']]) ===
<a name=jmc_rave></a> A module that instantiates a OpenRAVE kitchen with ASIBOT environment. No force control has been implemented. Further reference at [http://robots.uc3m.es/doc/trunk/jmc_rave/doc/html Code Documentation: jmc_rave].
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A module that instantiates a OpenRAVE kitchen with ASIBOT environment. No force control has been implemented. Further reference at [http://robots.uc3m.es/trac/ASIBOTcoderepo/doxygen/jmc_rave/html/index.html Code Documentation: jmc_rave].  
 
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=== jmc_can ([[jmc_rave RT-Linux Install|'''RT-Linux''']]) ===
 
=== jmc_can ([[jmc_rave RT-Linux Install|'''RT-Linux''']]) ===
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Controlls real robot.
  
 
== Category: Cartesian Motion Controllers ==
 
== Category: Cartesian Motion Controllers ==
These modules' behaviour corresponds to [[Modules_-_Command_Format#Cartesian_Motion_Controllers_.28CMC.29|Module Guidelines v0.3 commands for CMCs]].
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These modules' behaviour corresponds to [[Modules_-_Command_Format#Cartesian_Motion_Controllers_.28CMC.29|Robot Component Guidelines v0.3 commands for CMCs]].
 
=== cmc_recursive ([[cmc_recursive Ubuntu Install|'''Ubuntu''']] / [[cmc_recursive Windows Install|'''Windows''']]) ===
 
=== cmc_recursive ([[cmc_recursive Ubuntu Install|'''Ubuntu''']] / [[cmc_recursive Windows Install|'''Windows''']]) ===
Based on recursive methods, such as Newton-Raphson. Should work fine between any interface and a JMC. Further reference at [http://robots.uc3m.es/doc/trunk/cmc_recursive/doc/html Code Documentation: cmc_recursive].
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Based on recursive methods, such as Newton-Raphson. Should work fine between any interface and a JMC. Further reference at [http://robots.uc3m.es/trac/ASIBOTcoderepo/doxygen/cmc_recursive/html/index.html Code Documentation: cmc_recursive].
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=== cmc_rate ===
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This CMC is intended for receiving streaming rate commands (cartesian velocities), mainly from low-level user input devices. Like the SpaceNavigator. It has joint velocities as output. Only  velocities in end-effector frame is allowed as input (I:5). If no command is received the module automatically sends a zero output velocity to all joints.
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http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/branches/cmc_rate
  
 
== Category: Sensor ==
 
== Category: Sensor ==
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http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/trunk/hmi_wiimote
 
http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/trunk/hmi_wiimote
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=== hmi_3d ([[hmi_3d Ubuntu Install|'''Ubuntu''']]) ===
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=== hmi_spacenavigator ===
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A wrapper module for the SpaceNavigator 6 DOF joystick on Linux ('spacenavd' driver: http://spacenav.sourceforge.net/).
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http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/branches/hmi/hmi_spacenavigator
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=== hmi_spacenavigator_win32 ===
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A wrapper module for the SpaceNavigator 6 DOF joystick on Windows (original driver from 3DConnexion).
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http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/branches/hmi/hmi_spacenavigator_win32
  
 
== Category: Vision ==
 
== Category: Vision ==
=== vis_rsanchez [?] ===
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=== vis_rsanchez ===
 
Currently under development, integrates OpenCV and GTK. Check out the recent [[Media:Rsanchez1.ogg | video]].
 
Currently under development, integrates OpenCV and GTK. Check out the recent [[Media:Rsanchez1.ogg | video]].
 
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Latest revision as of 15:11, 7 October 2016

ASIBOT Implemented Robot Components
This page contains descriptions of Robot Component Guidelines v0.3 (RCGv03) ASIBOT components. Click here for RCGv02's specs.

Fully functional on RCGv02: jmc_rave, jmc_can, cmc_recursive, hmi_web, tol_file, hmi_wiimote.
Fully functional on RCGv03: jmc_rave, cmc_recursive.

Category: Joint Motion Controllers

These modules' behaviour corresponds to Robot Component Guidelines v0.3 commands for JMCs. Link to RCGv02 command format.

jmc_rave (Ubuntu / Windows)

A module that instantiates a OpenRAVE kitchen with ASIBOT environment. No force control has been implemented. Further reference at Code Documentation: jmc_rave.

Drv rave-3.jpg

jmc_can (RT-Linux)

Controlls real robot.

Category: Cartesian Motion Controllers

These modules' behaviour corresponds to Robot Component Guidelines v0.3 commands for CMCs.

cmc_recursive (Ubuntu / Windows)

Based on recursive methods, such as Newton-Raphson. Should work fine between any interface and a JMC. Further reference at Code Documentation: cmc_recursive.

cmc_rate

This CMC is intended for receiving streaming rate commands (cartesian velocities), mainly from low-level user input devices. Like the SpaceNavigator. It has joint velocities as output. Only velocities in end-effector frame is allowed as input (I:5). If no command is received the module automatically sends a zero output velocity to all joints.

http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/branches/cmc_rate

Category: Sensor

These modules' behaviour corresponds to Module Guidelines v0.3 commands for SNSs.

sns_xsens

A wrapper module for Xsense IMU.

http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/trunk/sns_xsens

Category: HMI

hmi_wiimote

A wrapper module for wiimote driver. Basic interface is as a sensor.

http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/trunk/hmi_wiimote

hmi_3d (Ubuntu)

hmi_spacenavigator

A wrapper module for the SpaceNavigator 6 DOF joystick on Linux ('spacenavd' driver: http://spacenav.sourceforge.net/).

http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/branches/hmi/hmi_spacenavigator

hmi_spacenavigator_win32

A wrapper module for the SpaceNavigator 6 DOF joystick on Windows (original driver from 3DConnexion).

http://robots.uc3m.es/svn/ASIBOTcoderepo/branches/hmi/hmi_spacenavigator_win32

Category: Vision

vis_rsanchez

Currently under development, integrates OpenCV and GTK. Check out the recent video.