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URBI 1.0 beta 1

URBI 1.0 beta 1 is now available. Check www.urbiforge.com for more details.

Posted by JC Baillie 2006-06-04

URBI 0.9.8

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URBI 0.9.8 (build 291) is now available on urbiforge:
*Now works with "Champagne" Aibo*

http://www.urbiforge.com/ers7
http://www.urbiforge.com/ers200

A lot of new things in this version:

* Support for the 'colormap' softdevice: you can now locate objects based on any color in YCrCb space, not only the red ball. And you can extract the bounding ellipse which allows for Aibone detection and other shape discrimination.... read more

Posted by JC Baillie 2006-01-13

0.9.7 (build 207)

A new build (207) is available for the 0.9.7 server.
It fixes some bugs and some motion.u problem (stopwalk).
Check your build nb in the URBI header to see if you need to update.

Posted by JC Baillie 2005-11-02

0.9.6 release

This version includes some minor syntax changes required to introduce "variable properties" and "variable extensions", a new set of powerful features preparing the way for future differential equation and inverse kinematics integration in URBI.

Due to these changes, you might have to slightly modify your scripts, but the work can be done with a simple 'sed' command as is it just about replacing some text by another. Also, most scripts are unaffected.... read more

Posted by JC Baillie 2005-09-10

www.urbiforge.com / .org / .net

The web site http://www.urbiforge.com is now online. This address should be prefered to www.urbiforge.net for google ranking purposes, but both are redirected to .com. The .org address is also valid.
Sincerely,
JCB

Posted by JC Baillie 2005-03-15

www.urbiforge.net

A new web page (an official page) for URBI has been created: http://www.urbiforge.net. You will find all details about URBI there, including discussion forum.
Thanks!
jcbaillie

Posted by JC Baillie 2005-03-15

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