Cuts 3D objects from polystyrene foam (EPS/XPS)
A robotic DIY styrofoam cutter consisting of one rotational and two translational axes. It cuts a variety of shapes out of styrofoam-like materials using a hot wire. This project documents the necessary hardware and software parts. Don't miss the follow-up project at http://raumschaum.org Its goal is to further develop hardware and software into an user friendly application.
Project migrated: https://github.com/arktools This library aims at providing a uniform method for simulation, prototyping, and testing of autonomous robots. It also adheres to the object-oriented paradigm to ease system configuration and development. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wQVrM5SL2o&fe
Volta is a suite of development tools for distributed, hard real-time systems. It includes Cascade, a control flow analysis tool for Java, and Clepsydra, a worst-case execution time analyzer. Also included is a Clepsydra plug-in for jEdit.
A TCL/TK frontend for the openCONFIGURATOR configuration tool
openCONFIGURATOR TCL/TK GUI is an open-source configuration tool for easy setup, configuration and maintenance of any POWERLINK network. It ideally complements openPOWERLINK, the open source POWERLINK protocol stack for master and slave. THIS APPLICATION IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED. PLEASE INSTALL THE ECLIPSE PLUGIN BASED OPENCONFIGURATOR.
The central programming location for the Bedford High School robotics team.
Computer Aided Robotics Programming (CARP) is a robotics application using virtual reality devices to handle virtual robots and generate (industrial) robot programs (or other routines) directly understandable by the controler of the real robot.
This is the robot code for the FIRST Robotics Team #166, Chop Shop. This code is used on Team 166's robots, which compete in robotics competitions across the country.
OSGi services on a Linux platform for communicating with a Lego Mindstorms NXT robot over a bluetooth connection.
ROS-Enhanced Scalable Haptic Library - discontinued
PROJECT DISCONTINUED ---------------------------------------- RESHL is a collection of Linux software used to interact with pen-master based haptic devices. Its name, ROS-Enhanced Scalable Haptic Library, describes all its main features: - ROS-Enhanced: the library can be used as a library in the ROS framework (Robot Operating System - http://www.ros.org/) and provides out-of-the-box support for master-slave solutions - Scalable: the library consists in different sub-libraries with different software dependencies. This way you don't have to install software for devices or functionality you're not going to use. Refer to Structure section for details on the single sub-libraries. - Haptic: the end-application is using pen-master devices to simulate the sense of touch in a haptic virtual environment. - Library: the software is distributed in c++ libraries with an easy interface. A graphic environment based on OpenGL is generated to improve the user's experience.
The software contains a set of algorithms to control the mobile robot called volksbot. Wiki: http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/openvolksbot/index.php?title=Main_Page