Robot simulator inspired by Sim.I.Am
PySimiam is a robot simulator, created to follow the course "Control of Mobile Robots" offered at Coursera. The simulator models an arbitrary number of mobile robots in a 2D environment, each controlled by a arbitrary algorithm.
Simulator for Human-Robot Interaction, used in the RoboCup@Home
Understanding the mechanism of intelligence in human beings and animals is one of the most important approaches to developing intelligent robot systems. Since the mechanisms of such real-life intelligent systems are so complex, such as the physical interactions between agents and their environment and the social interactions between agents, comprehension and knowledge in many peripheral fields such as cognitive science, developmental psychology, brain science, evolutionary biology, and robotics. Therefore, we have been developing a simulator environment called SIGVerse, which is a simulator that combines dynamics, perception, and communication simulations for synthetic approaches to research into the genesis of social intelligence. In this paper, we introduce SIGVerse, its example application and perspectives.
Simple DIY Analog Hardware Interface
microTone Module is analog interface to connect microcontrollers or digital logic systems with PCs. This interface use PC sound card’s audio output terminal to send commands to external hardware systems.
I&C Open Platform
An effort to create an open source but simple, fast and reliable instrumentation & control platform.
VEX Robotics Competition Simulator
VirtualVEX is an open-source simulator platform for the VEX robotics design system. It features full competition simulation, with automatic scoring and timing and multiple robot designs to choose from. VirtualVEX is also programmable: users can write and upload code using the bundled VVDevelop IDE, which has one-click deployment and testing support. VirtualVEX also supports dual-pad joysticks similar to those used by the actual VEX platform, allowing users to get realistic driving practice. The software is free and is distributed under the GPL v.3
Software Defined Scope System
This is an Open Source adaptation of the "Smart Rifle" or "Software Defined Scope System" (SDSS). Open source operating systems helped advance PC technology, making it available for everybody. Ballistica aims to be the "Linux of Smart Rifles": free and open source. The only challenge is the hardware, which must be fabricated by the user, or by any intrepid makers out there.
Python Gerber to G-code converter
pyGerber2Gcode is a Pyhon based simple Gerber to G-code converter.
Robot for cospace dance
A complete set of code to build your own robot for cospace dance using: raspberry pi, arduino, xbee and blender,
rp6simul is a simulator for the RP6 robot (AREXX Engineering)
The rp6simul project brings simulation software for the RP6 robot that is manufactured by AREXX engineering. Besides support for all peripherals on the robot base, the simulator also fully supports the m32 extension module, and both can be simulated either independently or simultaneously. Furthermore, a simple 2d environment can easily be created to test lighting, collision, motor speeds and so on. The simulator does not run native AVR files, but instead a thin wrapper is provided so that the AVR code can be compiled natively. Thanks to this wrapper, and a flexible Lua driver interface, the simulator emulates most of the IO registers, requiring no or minimal code modifications. rp6simul is primarily developed on Linux, but a Windows version will also be released.
Complete ROV Control Suite
This project aims to create a flexible, cross-platform ROV (remotely operated vehicle) control system based on Qt and the Arduino microcontroller series with multi-platform support. You can view the development blog at http://chrisstechblog.blogspot.com. If you have any questions, comments, ideas or complaints please let us know! We'd love to hear from you how we can improve ROV-Suite! Thanks! P.S. If you want to give us a negative review, please elaborate on why you are giving us a negative review so that we can fix any issues or bugs that you may have found!
Tournament management library and programs
A library and subsequent program to control tournaments with ease. Others can add new types of games, create their own tournaments, and create their own match generation algorithms. This project was initially created for use in robotic tournaments such as FRC, FLL, VTC, VRC, and SS.
A library that allows programs for a NI CRIO to be run on a computer.
A simulator that allows programs written in Java for a National Instruments CRIO to be run on a local computer by overloading the libraries provided by WPI. Some things we've fixed since 0.1a: Kinect no longer throws an exception upon instantiation, the Watchdog is usable, array elements can now be edited in the gui, and lots of under the hood reimplementation to replace native methods. DISCLAIMER: this is not like the diamond bullet studios simulation, this only simulates how the hardware would act, so that code can be tested. It is not our goal to provide a program that allows simulation for strategy testing, nor will it ever be.
A new way to program on VEX Robotics.
A new way to program on VEX Robotics.Easy vb-style objective program style.
Matlab interface to the Open Dynamics Engine (ODE)
MatODE is a simple Matlab toolbox for interfacing to the Open Dynamics Engine rigid body physics simulator (ODE, by Russell Smith), created by the Delft Biorobotics Lab (Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands). The system to be simulated is defined in an XML file, while the joint positions and motor signals can be sensed and actuated from a Matlab script. Examples are provided. Starting at version 0.30, MatODE is only available for Windows and Linux 64-bit. For older 32-bit versions, select "Browse all files".
Design and build two autonomous robots (A and B) that can complete a total of four laps of a relay race. At the start, Robot A must begin behind the start line with a golf ball onboard that represents a mailbag. After completing the first lap, Robot A must pass the golf ball to Robot B in the space between the start and finish lines. This sequence continues until Robot B crosses the finish line on the 4th lap. Teams will have a maximum time of 120 seconds to complete the four laps.
Model-free recursive LQ controller with GSL and ODE
Unique Control theory is "Model-free recursive LQ controller(=无模型递归LQ控制器=無模型遞歸LQ控制器)". This theory executes the optimum control without the model information. The control of the monocycle(=独轮车=獨輪車=segway=Self Balance Unicycle=SBU=赛格威=賽格威) was executed by using Open Dynamics Engine that was a physical engine together with this theory.
A Multimodal approach to control a Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Welcome to Multimodal Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Controller (MMAR) This project intends to develop a multimodal interface which gives a human operator capability of controlling a QuadRotor UAV efficiently and more easily. During this project we use a simulated QuadRotor called AirRobot in a simulation environment for development of robots, USARSim. There are some aspects involved in this project including touch, pose tracking, gesture recognition, voice recognition, etc and we try to utilize capabilities of some devices available today such as Android Phones and Microsoft Kinect. Using a windows appliacation called MMUAVC Fusion App, this system gathers all data from sensors and issues control commands for the QuadRotor
A useful tool for viewing, recording and replaying URG sensor data.
A useful tool for viewing, recording and replaying URG sensor data. The sensor is made by Hokuyo CO.,LTD.
Tool for programming AVR chips
This application allow you work with many kind of AVR chips.Architecture is designed on plugin system, it mean each HW tool for programming (for example STK500) is one plugin of this application. Current version support only STK500v2 HW tool.
This project aims to create both hardware and software to control a Parkzone Sukhoi airplane using a Nokia N900 mobile computer. This project was created for the Nokia PUSH N900 USA contest.
Open sourced code from FIRST Robotics Team 138. Retired from the Semi-finals of the 2010 Granite State Regional due to uninitialized variable (fixed now) . Hope this code can help some other team...
The Teachingbox uses advanced machine learning techniques to relieve developers from the programming of hand-crafted sophisticated behaviors of autonomous agents (such as robots, game players etc...) In the current status we have implemented a well founded reinforcement learning core in Java with many popular usecases, environments, policies and learners. Obtaining the teachingbox: FOR USERS: If you want to download the latest releases, please visit: http://search.maven.org/#search|ga|1|teachingbox FOR DEVELOPERS: 1) If you use Apache Maven, just add the following dependency to your pom.xml: <dependency> <groupId>org.sf.teachingbox</groupId> <artifactId>teachingbox-core</artifactId> <version>1.2.0</version> </dependency> 2) If you want to check out the most recent source-code: svn checkout https://svn.code.sf.net/p/teachingbox/code/trunk teachingbox-trunk or browse files: https://sourceforge.net/p/teachingbox/code/HEAD/tree/trunk/
Control software for autonomous mobile robot with differential steering.
MORP (Module Orientated Robotic Programming) is a framework bringing base implementations in order to easily connect modules such as a NXT or Bioloid Robot. It provides its own scripting languages called 'morp' dedicated to robot programming.
RobotSee is a language as easy as Basic, with the power of C. The RobotSee VM is a virtual machine that will run on anything from a small 8bit machine all the way up to a linux/windows class machine.