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24 Feb 2014 Screenshot Use MATLAB ROS I/O Package to Interact with the TurtleBot Simulator in Gazebo Create a MATLAB-based ROS node using ROS I/O Package to exchange data with a TurtleBot in Gazebo Author: MathWorks Robotics Team robot, ros, gazebo, robot operating syste..., matlab ros interface, turtlebot 85 4
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22 Aug 2013 Screenshot Navigating waypoints with a Lego MINDSTORMS NXT Robot Organize a student competition using Lego MINDSTORMS NXT Robot with MATLAB and Simulink. Author: MathWorks Robotics Team lego mindstorms, nxt robot, student competition, robot navigation, path planning, obstacle avoidance 46 0
21 Aug 2013 Screenshot Simulation and Control of NAO ankle kit with SimMechanics and Serial IO blocks Model and simulate a complicated ankle joint using Simulink and SimMechanics. Author: MathWorks Robotics Team nao, nao ankle, cad import, cad simulation, stateflow, pid tunning 29 0
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28 Mar 2014 Use MATLAB ROS I/O Package to Interact with the TurtleBot Simulator in Gazebo Create a MATLAB-based ROS node using ROS I/O Package to exchange data with a TurtleBot in Gazebo Author: MathWorks Robotics Team

@San

MATLAB ROS I/O includes rosjava Hydro. It is not clear to us how are you using this demo with ROS Fuerte. Can you eloborate on your setup? What do you use as your simulator? Did you download the virtual machine mentiobed above? What kind of errors or failures are you getting?

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28 Mar 2014 Use MATLAB ROS I/O Package to Interact with the TurtleBot Simulator in Gazebo Create a MATLAB-based ROS node using ROS I/O Package to exchange data with a TurtleBot in Gazebo Author: MathWorks Robotics Team MathWorks Robotics Team

@San

MATLAB ROS I/O includes rosjava Hydro. It is not clear to us how are you using this demo with ROS Fuerte. Can you eloborate on your setup? What do you use as your simulator? Did you download the virtual machine mentiobed above? What kind of errors or failures are you getting?

21 Mar 2014 Use MATLAB ROS I/O Package to Interact with the TurtleBot Simulator in Gazebo Create a MATLAB-based ROS node using ROS I/O Package to exchange data with a TurtleBot in Gazebo Author: MathWorks Robotics Team San

I've tried this demo with my ROS Fuerte, and it doesn't work. Does this package (Matlab ROS I/O) compatible with all distibutions of ROS?

11 Mar 2014 Use MATLAB ROS I/O Package to Interact with the TurtleBot Simulator in Gazebo Create a MATLAB-based ROS node using ROS I/O Package to exchange data with a TurtleBot in Gazebo Author: MathWorks Robotics Team download, apps

the download link for the gazebo simulator doesn't work. is there another download link?

26 Feb 2014 Use MATLAB ROS I/O Package to Interact with the TurtleBot Simulator in Gazebo Create a MATLAB-based ROS node using ROS I/O Package to exchange data with a TurtleBot in Gazebo Author: MathWorks Robotics Team Dlugy-Hegwer, Rolfe

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Q: What's important about this submission?
A: It extends MATLAB to work with Robotic Operatic System (ROS), a well-known framework for programming robots. It shows you how use MATLAB and ROS to teleoperate a simulated robot in a simulated environment.
Q: Why does it use TurtleBot simulator?
A: ROS runs on many types of hardware. This submission uses TurtleBot simulator because it provides virtual hardware that is available to anyone for free. The characteristics of Turtlebot simulator are very similar to those of the real TurtleBot robot, a well known hardware platform for teaching and learning robotics. For more information, visit http://www.turtlebot.com/.
Q: Where can I learn more about ROS?
A: http://wiki.ros.org/ and http://answers.ros.org/
Q: What is Gazebo?
A: According to http://gazebosim.org/wiki/Overview, "Gazebo is a multi-robot simulator for outdoor environments. [...] capable of simulating a population of robots, sensors and objects, but does so in a three-dimensional world. It generates both realistic sensor feedback and physically plausible interactions between objects (it includes an accurate simulation of rigid-body physics)."
Q: How can I watch TurtleBotDemo.mp4? The file doesn't play when I click the link on this web page.
A: Download the submission to your computer. Then, open TurtlebotDemo.zip and play TurtleBotDemo.mp4.
Q: What does TurtleBotDemo.mp4 show?
A: TurtleBotDemo.mp4 is an un-narrated video that shows the result of completing the demo.

05 Feb 2014 Simulation and Control of NAO ankle kit with SimMechanics and Serial IO blocks Model and simulate a complicated ankle joint using Simulink and SimMechanics. Author: MathWorks Robotics Team Rosales, José

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