yes it's a simulated ptz camera and sorry if i didn't tell it in my first message.

2006/9/10, Brian Gerkey <brian@gerkey.org>:

On Sep 9, 2006, at 6:30 AM, Valentino wrote:

> yes the camera can moves  but these messages appear repeatedly for
> each of my four robots   and i think that this decrease fluidly of
> my simulation. Moreover  i have noted shocks in the robots movement
> and i think that camera's motion cause this shocks. Is it possible ?

Ah, this is a *simulated* ptz camera?  Are you using Gazebo?  In that
case, post to the gazebo list; the problem is in the Gazebo ptz code,
probably an invalid return value.

        brian.

>
> 2006/9/8, Brian Gerkey <brian@gerkey.org>:
> On Sep 4, 2006, at 10:57 AM, Valentino wrote:
>
> > for (i=0 ; i< blobfinder->blobs_count; i++)
> >      {
> >       green = (blobfinder->blobs[i].color&color) >> 8;
> >       if (green != 0)
> >        {
> >          if (blobfinder->blobs[i].x < 160 )
> >            playerc_ptz_set(ptz, ptz->pan+0.1 , 0 ,ptz->zoom );
> >          else
> >           playerc_ptz_set(ptz,ptz-> pan-0.1, 0, ptz->zoom);
> >         }
> >      }
> >
> > But i get this warning message when "playerc_ptz_set" is executed :
> > "warning : Unhandled message for driver device=16777343:7000:8:0
> > type=2 subtype=1 len=20"
>
> Hmm, that message should be handled by the vcc4 driver.  Does the
> camera move when you send that command?
>
>         brian.
>


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