Control the KSR10 Robot Arm (Velleman) through USB with Python.
This project aims to control the KSR10 Robot Arm (Velleman) through USB with the programming language Python. Requirements: - Python (tested with version 2.6 and 2.7) - modules: pyusb (wich on itself requires libusb or openusb)
A virtual scanner for 3D models.
A virtual scanner that converts 3D models (in Wavefront .obj format) into pointcloud files (in PCL .pcd format). Useful for simulating robotic input. NOTE: This project has been merged into the project at https://github.com/canderegg/cfg_obj
An old Intel N270 netbook and an Arduino with a motor shield powered robot. It's been through many iterations with locomotion, servo powered wheels, tracks and currently three multidirectional wheels.
RESPOND-R Test Instrument
The RESPOND-R framework is a modular, distributed data logging framework built for the purpose of studying Emergency Informatics as it relates to human robot performance during disaster responses. Tutorials can be found on the wiki: https://sourceforge.net/p/respondr/wiki/