just FYI the ptu46 (Directed Perceptions) driver should also support velocity
control (although I think I am the only one using that driver.
Brian Gerkey wrote:
>On Sun, 27 Jun 2004, [gb2312] ÕÅµ¤µ¤ wrote:
>> When I use PtzProxy to control the panspeed of the camera, I use the command:
>> PtzProxy zp(robot, 0, 'a');
>> zp.SetSpeed(panspeed, tiltspeed);
>>Unfortunately, the camera doesn't pan at all. Any suggestion on how to set the
panspeed of the camera?
>Not all ptz drivers support velocity control. In fact, I think that only
>the 'amtecpowercube' driver does. So, for example, if you're using a
>Sony camera with the 'sonyevid30" driver, or a simulated ptz device in
>Stage, you can only use position control (in C++, use PtzProxy::SetCam()).
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